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Off the Grid on a Homemade Island
(bright music) [Wayne] Thank you very much. (Catherine laughs) I’m Catherine, andthis is my husband Wayne. I’m Wayne, and welcome to Freedom Cove. We live in a secluded cove. The only options we haveto get here is by water. There are no road accesses.
The water is our highway. [Catherine] Everything that you see here in our home is floating. We are tied to shore with lines. We are not anchored. We have our main living house, we have the dance floor,the lighthouse building, four greenhouses.
As I started to grow thegarden and make it larger, then we had to have morespace for that garden. Everything’s done witha handsaw and hammer. No power tools. I know every board and nail by name. It’s about 500 tons. A million pounds that I’m floating. I’ve been building treeforts since I was seven.
And I said, quot;Well, Dad, quot;I’m putting a tree fort in the ocean.quot; No, when I go to town I get landsick. Mmhmm. The thing about livingin Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island is it’s the richest biomass on Earth, so the opportunity tofish for dinner is big.
I just get in my canoe and paddle out, in 10 minutes I can catch a fish. But when it’s windy andtoo rough out there, I can lay on the couchand fish out of the house. I was hoping to make a lotmore money as an artist, so subsistence livingwas our only opportunity to have anything as artists. We could never buy real estate,
so we had to make our own. It was a great opportunity to actually move away from the city, to see if we could prosper out here. Now 24 years later, we’re still doing it. I can’t imagine living any other way. I feel completely fulfilled. (laughs) That’s good, hon.