Canadian husband and wife Katherine King and Wayne Adams have lived on a floating artificial island for 30 years.
Their self-built location is near Vancouver Island.
The couple always loved their mother and one day decided to leave the noisy city forever and go to live next to the small bay Liberty Cove.
To build his floating island, Wayne chose as a foundation a large piece of wood that his mother had washed up on the shore and set about building his wooden structure.
The islet platform floats on the waves, but is secured by cables that are attached to the shore.
The couple are completely isolated from civilization.
The nearest town is five kilometers away, but they are not afraid of anything despite the appearance of wild animals in the surrounding area.
For 30 years this couple has lived on a wonderful floating island that they built themselves
This extraordinary habitat requires perpetual work. To warm the rooms, you have to make a fire every day.
But the Adamses are happy to find peace and serenity in nature.
Catherine, who was a dancer, spends her free time dancing, playing musical instruments and tending her flowers and plants. She also loves swimming with her husband.
The woman likes to gaze at the mother and admire the seabirds and fish swimming at the bottom of the transparent water.
The Adamses say that when they go into town from time to time on errands, they get very tired and rush back as quickly as possible.