The Brown family is reportedly having difficulty gaining access to their new property in Washington State as "primitive" roads lead to it.
Having relocated to Washington State after purchasing a large area of land worth half a million dollars, the ‘Alaskan Bush Family’ are reportedly literally stuck in the mud trying to get to their property, Radar Online reports.
Details of the Brown family’s relocation dilemma recently emerged from the minutes of the meeting held by the Okanogan County Board of Commissioners last month which stated,
“The ‘Alaskan Bush People’ are getting stuck there. A permit was issued to them by Public Works for placing gravel in the soft areas.”
According to a county official, the Browns’ 400-acre property sits close to an “unpaved” and “primitive road. With a very small population of 42,000 in the rural county, the official explained vehicle trips on the road are less than a hundred making it fall under the category of “primitive”. thus, it does not get the proper maintenance it needs.
As such, the Browns have difficulty getting up the hill where their property is situated. In fact, the family even hired a contractor recently to add gravel on it due to issues with rains.
The Brown family were forced to move to Washington from Los Angeles when their matriarch Ami was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. They’ve been living in the Golden State for almost a year.