Disastrous floods have ravaged the region in Washington where the Alaskan Bush People cast members are building their new home, and an exclusive video obtained by RadarOnline.com shows family patriarch Billy Brown revealing the scary news their "supply lines have been completely cut off!"
"We've had some very bad storms and I am here with my family," said Billy, 63, in the harrowing clip.
Compounding the drama, the devoted dad and his seven children were putting together flimsy teepees — the temporary shelters they planned to live in until a new dream home they're constructing on their 400-acre property in the Evergreen State is complete.
"Just keep doing what is in front of me and I have faith that the good Lord's going to pull us through it," he said of the family's latest trials and tribulations.
Despite the rough weather, Billy refuses to fall into a dark mood.
"You can ask anyone that knows me: I am a dreamer," he explained. "The dreams of coming here are big. They still are."
However, family matriarch Ami didn't want to risk roughing it with her loved ones because she's keeping a close eye on her precarious health situation.
As Radar previously reported, the Browns are still facing the possibility Ami's cancer may return since there are currently traces of the disease in her system.
Tune in to the latest episode of Alaskan Bush People this Sunday at 9/8c on Discovery.
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