Alaskan Bush People” introduced many people to Billie and Ami Brown and their seven loving children, namely, Matt, Bam Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, Birdy, and Rainy. All of them grew up with a simple life in their family village, the Browntown. But no one ever knew that their time in the Alaskan Bush would come to an end when Ami was diagnosed with Stage 3 (going Stage 4) Lung Cancer.

To meet the needs of her medication, the whole family had to make a tough decision and the only choice they had left was to abandon their home In The Bush.

Despite all these, there was a separate event that the “Alaskan Bush People” cameras failed to capture – Rainy's bittersweet goodbye to Juneau and its people.

On her recent Instagram post, the youngest “Alaskan Bush People” daughter opened up about her final days in Alaska. As part of her #TBT message, she recalled that it was spent with some of her favorite people.

“I couldn't have asked for a better goodbye to Juneau,” she wrote.

Her Future Hopes

Born as Merry Christmas Katherine Raindrop Brown in 2002, Rainy spent most of her childhood in the Alaskan Bush. And leaving home for the first time in her life could possibly be her very first heartbreak. But like her mother Ami, Rainy is proving everybody that she is as strong and as positive-thinking as her.

Although she was hoping to come back to their old home one day, she knew exactly this isn’t the right time.

“For now, I got to say my last words in a very beautiful way,” she sealed her farewell to Browntown with high hopes of returning again someday.

Another Farewell With Bird

According to Pop Culture, this wasn’t the first time viewers see Rain in her final moments in Alaska. In a clip from the previous season of “Alaskan Bush People,” she and her older sister Snowbird gathered some Devil's club as a gift to their mom Ami. It was meant to remind her of her Alaskan home while she battles with cancer.

The video shows Rain talking to her sister.

"Bird and I are getting Devil's club for mom because it was one of the last things she requested before we left," Rain said.

"So when she's going through all the treatments, she has something to do and a reminder of home."

She’s Turning 15

On the brighter side, the “Alaskan Bush People” star will be celebrating her 15th birthday this coming November 24. No plans have been revealed yet but, for sure, Rainy is excited for that day to come.

Apparently, California, the place where the Brown family currently stays, has a custom called quinceanera where a young girl's coming of age is celebrated on her 15th birthday.

#Last Day

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