The Brown family revealed they will be having their fresh start in Washington following the news that the family matriarch, Ami, is now cancer-free.
The stars of Alaskan Bush People have left Southern California and have moved to Washington, as revealed by People
Ami and Billy Brown made the big announcement on the show’s promo for the upcoming season of the Discovery Channel series.
The family of nine will be facing new adventures after a year of struggle due to Ami’s cancer battle.
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Talking to the cameras for the promo video, Billy said that Ami’s recovery was a miracle.
Ami was diagnosed with cancer in 2017. With her condition, the family was forced to move from their home in Browntown to Southern California, where Ami received treatment.
“We’ve gone through a lot of adversity. It was like everything was closing in on us, darkness all around and it was over. Then, Washington came into view,” said Billy.
The state is the perfect place to start anew now that their matriarch is cancer-free, according to the family.
Ami said, “It’s almost like being born again and starting life anew. The good Lord has given me a second chance.”
Billy shared that they have a ranch in Washington, where they have barns, an orchard, horses, and cattle. He said the place was made for them.
Billy and Ami will be joined by their children in their property, which is close to more than 400 acres of wilderness.
The kids, sons Mat, Bam Bam, Noah, Bear, and Gabe, and two daughters, Snowbird and Raindrop will have to adjust to their new surroundings.
“This is definitely the biggest adventure we’ve ever done,” said Billy.
Alaskan Bush People is expected to air on August 19, 2018, at 9 p.m. ET on the Discovery Channel.