After this week’s episode of Alaskan Bush People, there was a special one-hour look at things they filmed this season that didn’t make the main episodes. One of these moments was something that threatened Noah Brown’s trip to Alaska.
Here is a look at what happened to Noah Brown this year on Alaskan Bush People that might have caused long-term damage.
Noah Brown Suffers Head Injury On Alaskan Bush People
Noah Brown said that his trip back to Alaska to look for a new house almost came to an end before it began. He was talking to his wife Rhain, and she asked about a damaged metal pole she found. He had a frightening admission. Noah had hit his head on the pipe, knocking a dent in it and one in his head as well.
He went on to reveal something even scarier. Noah said he had suffered more concussions in his life than most boxers. This is even worse because Noah is the brains of the Wolf Pack, and he now admits that his memory is slipping, and he is forgetting things now. He said he has persistent post-concussive syndrome, and he learned it might last the rest of his life.
After revealing this horrifying news, Noah tried to lighten things up. He said his sense of taste had completely changed. After talking to his wife about the serious brain damage issues, the two decided to have him try different foods and see how much they changed. He used to hate spicy foods, and he was able to eat some without it bothering him for the first time. He did, however, still hate pickles.
Noah Brown Plans To Move To Alaska Next Spring
It took Noah Brown a while to find a place in Alaska, but he finally found what he considered the perfect place for his family. It was on an island and gave him a chance to figure out things he could do to build it and make it their own.
Much of this season followed Noah on his journey, and he saw many houses that failed his test one way or the other. It was nice to see him finally find a place that was perfect for him. Now, he can achieve his dream of raising his son in the same atmosphere he grew up in.
Fans wondered if Noah was moving or not. The family is still in Washington at this time. However, Noah mentioned after securing the new home that he would move his wife and kids to Alaska next spring. This means that, if there is another season of Alaskan Bush People, it will show Noah leaving and the Wolf Pack going their separate ways.
What were your thoughts about Noah Brown’s admission of his multiple concussions? Will you miss him if he leaves Alaskan Bush People? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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