Off the Grid on a Homemade Island

By | April 7, 2017

Floating off the coast of Vancouver Island, a 45-minute boat ride to the nearest town, is a sustainable island fortress complete with a dance floor, art gallery and garden. For artists Catherine King and Wayne Adams, this is home: a labor of love 24 years in the making.


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36 thoughts on “Off the Grid on a Homemade Island

  1. enfranszisz Szisznarfne

    that always gets me to think about Thomas Bernhard's characters, one in Correction, or couples living together, bound in some way to a place, and I cannot avoid wondering about extreme and exacerbated hidden situations of which the viewer is unaware.

  2. Leap Tech

    So what happens to this junk pile of debris when they get tired of it or die? I guess just leave it for someone else to clean up and haul away.


    lets build a cob village with grass roofs and a food forrest all throughout are little village ;D whos with me. free living, free water, free food and community.


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