EP 2: The Story of Nimmo Bay

Luxury Off the Grid

2 Episodes

In 1980 Craig Murray had a vision. He and his wife, Deborah, would raise their family in an isolated, off-grid place in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest, one of the last remaining temperate rainforests in the world. They built a floating resort for guests who could share in their life experiences and the abundant and beautiful surroundings. Their focus is sustainability and keeping things as local as possible. They are stewards of this land. This is their life.

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