Meet the canadian family who lives in floating house
There are so many of us who would have our dream house. Probably, you want that castle of the kings and queens or a totally big mansion, but there are some that are too creative and would be interested to be totally unique to other people. In this article, you will know the story of a Canadian family who had made their dream house come true and it will surely amaze you.
Have you ever dreamed of flying away with your loved one on a distant, isolated island and thought how romantic and awesome it would be? How about, living in a totally floating house and just enjoy your life in there?
Well, Wayne Adams, 66, and Catherine King, 59, thought that too and they did not only dream of that, they made it into reality. Yes, that’s right. Except, they decided to build an ‘island’ of their own off the coast of Tofino in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. Just thinking of it will surely make you in awe so read more and see how they have done this!
1 It is Extraordinary
The couple started building their own extraordinary haven positioned in the coastal inlets of Cypress Bay, in 1992. According to them, their home has always been an ever-changing project since its first construction over two decades ago. For the past years, they have put lots of effort just to build what they have right now and it was a very rough start. They keep changing this and that, they don’t have an exact plan, but it eventually grow as time passes by.