Home and garden concept on the water
Home and garden concept on the water. This home and garden floating sustainable living afloat in Vancouver Island British Columbia they both show how beautiful life is sustained in being together, built houses and gardens float together since 1992, and has grown a variety of crops such as vegetables, from the park above the water and fishing for their food daily since then.
Floating buildings, not the government and not the company nor a public place, but this is a private house belonging, Wayne Adams, 66, and Catherine King, 59. They built this house for 20 years alone.
The house, which they named “Freedom Cove,” consists of 12 floating platforms that include a dance floor, an art gallery, a lighthouse, a studio for Adams and King, and five greenhouses. settlements have half the area of A land to grow edible. The pair got water from a nearby waterfall during the summer and from the rain during the winter. settlements have been powered by an electric power of 14 solar panels, but recently switched to the generator after it was broken.
When they do not work to survive sustained, they can still keep busy during the summer, they have a lifestyle like most other people. Adams was also a sculptor, while King was a painter, dancer, writer and musician.
That’s how the pair Wayne Adams, 66, and Catherine King, 59 to enjoy life, because life is a choice, the choice to make their lives happy family until death separates.