Off Grid Couple Has Lived On Floating 'Island' For 25 Years!

A Canadian couple is celebrating 25 years living off-grid – and they don’t even live on land … or on a boat, either.
Wayne Adams and Catherine King built an entire floating homestead they lovingly refer to as “Freedom Cove,” just off Vancouver Island.
“Thank-you,” is how Wayne responds when told by a land-loving grid person that he and his wife do not live a “normal” life.
Freedom Cove is tied to shore with lines but not anchored. It boasts an artist studio, four greenhouses, boat garage, ample living space for two, a lighthouse, and even a dance floor.
The floating homestead weighs about 500 tons and was built entirely by hand; no power tools were used. The couple never gets seasick – but they do feel “landsick” during their excursions to shore.
Read the rest of my story about the floating Freedom Cove homesteading compound at Off The Grid News!