This Floating Home is Totally Off the Grid

This Floating Home is Totally Off the Grid

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Tara Bellucci
Jun 27, 2016
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One Canadian couple has spent the last 25 years building their home as a floating sustainable island in British Columbia. See how it's grown and changed over the years.

1992
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Artists Wayne Adams and Catherine King starting building Freedom Cove in 1991, and show no signs of stopping. The constant work in progress has transformed from a single structure to quite the colorful compound fashioned from recycled materials. It includes greenhouses, an art gallery, and a lighthouse.

1998
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"We live our life in a manner that, we hope, adds to the health of the environment," says King. "We do our best to live conscientiously this way every day."

2015
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