Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 ended on a positive note and everyone in the family – including the fans – eyes a better future in their new home in Colorado. During the season finale, Billy shared his plans to relocate their home in the Centennial State to make amends to Ami’s medications.

In a chance family gathering, Billy revealed the details of his plan to move out from the Alaskan wilderness and settle in a new home. He chose Colorado not only because it is strategically convenient for Ami but also because it perfectly suits his new dreamland.

Billy’s new dream paradise

Billy and Ami were previously spotted on a road trip in Colorado. They were visiting Billy’s new dream, a 40-acre parcel of land in the wilderness of Southwest Colorado far from the trappings of the modern society and similar to what they enjoyed in the Alaskan Bush.

The 65-year old father said that their family is in search for a good place to start over in the right spot. The family is hopeful that this new place will provide them everything they want.

In addition, this place is deeply sentimental for the Brown couple. It is just miles away from the place where they first in love with the wild over thirty years ago. According to the “Alaskan Bush People” star, the surrounding mountains remind him of the day he and Ami completely realized how they want to live and do things.

Bear, on the other hand, recalled how he would hear his parents tell stories about the day they fell in love with the forest which is actually in a magical spot in Colorado. The 30-year old son added that both of his parents enjoyed the freedom and magic found in the woods.

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Will ‘ABP’ Season 8 happen?

“Nothing is written and there’s no telling what's going to be,” the “Alaskan Bush People” patriarch said during the Season 7 finale.

This is considered a major hint for an upcoming season where the fans can see how the Browns will tribe in their new Browntown.

Moreover, looking closely at the details of the series finale episode specifically its title, “A New Chapter,” it is safe to speculate that Discovery Channel might be gearing up for another season of “Alaskan Bush People.”

Hopefully, these hints are leading us into the right direction. In the meantime, let us know if you would like to see the Browns and their new Browntown back for another season. Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.