The most unusual in the world of housing.
This floating fortress off the coast of Vancouver island in British Columbia has become the dream of solitary life and merge with nature. 66-year-old Wayne Adams and 59-year-old Kathryn king together started to build their floating home in 1992. Since they eat self-grown greens and fish caught.
The house is called “the Freedom Bay”. It consists of 12 floating platforms, including: dance floor, art gallery, guest lighthouse Studio for Adams and king, and 5 greenhouses.
The complex contains a half-acre of land to grow crops. During the summer take water from a nearby waterfall, and in winter collect rainwater. Electricity houseboat received from 14 solar panels, but recently after a winter storm they are out of order, so I had to switch on the generator.
Wayne and Catherine are constantly busy. In the summer they take visitors from the nearest town, Tofino who are interested in their way of life. In addition, Adams is engaged in wood carving, ivory and mammoth ivory. And king artist, dancer, writer and musician.
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