Sister Wives: What’s the Real Deal with Kody and Robyn Brown’s Plans for Coyote Pass?

Sister Wives: What's the Real Deal with Kody and Robyn Brown's Plans for Coyote Pass?

Coyote Pass has always been a point of interest for fans of Sister Wives. This sprawling property, intertwined with the drama of Kody and Robyn Brown, has been the talk of the town lately. Despite the fact that Janelle and Meri Brown still own parts of the land despite their breakup with Kody Brown, many questions have arisen. The big question? What exactly are Kody and Robyn’s plans for Coyote Pass?

It started with a fantasy theory that surfaced after Kody Brown’s divorce from his wives. The plan to build five lots, one for each of Kody and Robyn’s children, got a lot of attention. Fans speculated that this could be the couple’s way of ensuring that each child has their own home and land. Even Dayton, who lives in an RV on the property, was considered part of this mysterious plan.

Sister Wives: No Immediate Plans to Build

However, a source close to the family spoke exclusively to The Sun and revealed the actual plans for Coyote Pass. Currently, Kody and Robyn Brown have no plan to begin building on the property. Construction costs and the need for family permission are two major obstacles.

Meri Brown, although she owns part of the land, has no desire to build or even live near Kody, given their broken relationship. Only Janelle Brown, with her unwavering desire to live on Coyote Pass, has shown any intention to build.

Christine Brown’s absence in this situation makes fans hope she will not influence Janelle’s decision. However, the family dynamics and fascination surrounding Coyote Pass continue to captivate fans as questions about future plans remain unanswered.

Written by Evelyn Foster

Evelyn Foster is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.

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