Sunday, August 31, 2014

Alaskan Bush People by Discovery


SYNOPSIS: Deep in the Alaskan wilderness lives a newly discovered family who was born and raised wild. Billy Brown, his wife Ami and their seven grown children – 5 boys and 2 girls – are so far removed from civilization that they often go six to nine months of the year without seeing an outsider. They’ve developed their own accent and dialect, refer to themselves as a "wolf pack," and at night, all nine sleep together in a one-room cabin. Simply put, they are unlike any other family in America.
Recently, according to the Browns, the cabin where they lived for years was seized and burned to the ground for being in the wrong location on public land. They were devastated, but instead of giving up and moving back to society, they decided to go deeper into the wilderness to continue their way of life. Their new land is located in the Copper River Valley, where temperatures can drop to 60 degrees below zero.
It’s a race against the clock as the winter gets closer and closer. The Browns must work together to build a new cabin that will protect them from the harsh Alaskan environment, but the falling temperatures and dwindling daylight make it harder and harder. They’ll use what the land provides to construct their small home and will also have to contend with other rogue bush people. It’ll be tough, but having lived this way for decades, the family wouldn’t have it any other way.
Meet The Brown Family

Snowbird Brown
Snowbird, or “Bird” for short, is the second youngest child.  Though she's the oldest girl in the Brown family, she has no trouble keeping up with her older brothers. Bird isn't afraid to get her hands dirty; she'll take on any task the boys throw her way and she might even do a better job of it.

Snowbird is known in her family as being an excellent ...
Snowbird
Bear Brown
Bear is the epitome of a “wild” child. He's more likely to be found climbing a tree or bounding through the forest than socializing with the locals.  Bear's number one priority is survival, so he keeps his Bush skills sharp in order to protect his family.

Gabe Brown
Gabe is equal parts workhorse and comedian of the family.  He's happiest when chopping wood or hauling lumber while cracking jokes and talking in funny voices.

Bill Brown
Bill Brown is the resilient patriarch of the Brown clan. Born into a wealthy in Fort Worth, Texas, tragedy struck at 16 years old when his mother, father and sister were killed in a plane crash. Despondent, he left Texas and traveled the country until he met the love of his life, his wife, Ami. Unhappy with the existence is the lower 48,  the couple set off for the Alaskan Bush, where they discovered newfound freedom and a place where they could call home with their seven children.

Ami Brown
As Bill's wife and the mother to seven children, Ami is endlessly resourceful. She can whip up a meal, mend an injury, or break a fever in even the harshest conditions. She has homeschooled all of her children, teaching them not only basic academics, but how to be creative, strong, and independent in the Bush.
Bear, Matt, and Gabe stand in a snow-covered Alaskan forest ...
Bear, Matt & Gabe
Noah Brown
Noah is the Brown's resident mechanic and inventor.  He can fix a chainsaw, build a knife holster from a shoe, and perform any other innovative task asked of him.  When not building something or breaking it down, he can be seen with his nose buried in a book, studying everything from poetry to mystical arts.

Matt Brown
Matt is the oldest of the Brown siblings. Whether chatting up the family or residents of the nearest town, Matt always has something to say...even if others don't want to hear it.

Joshua Bam Bam Brown
Bam Bam is easily the most stubborn member of the Brown family, making him perfectly suited for the role of taskmaster.  He always keeps his parents and siblings on point.

Merry Christmas Raindrop “Rain” 
Rain may be the youngest member of the Brown clan, but she always makes her voice heard. Though she is treated like a princess by the rest of the family, she's a Bush girl through and through, always excited to go hunting or explore remote regions of Alaska.




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Like everything they do, the Browns also have a very unique way of fishing: Bear fishing. Naturally, Bear Brown is a master.




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