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.
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.
"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."