A Couple Can Have This Idyllic French Island All To Themselves – But There’s A Significant Catch -DesignBump

15. One Unique Family

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Most families wouldn’t decide to move to a desolate island to start a farm from the ground up, but that’s exactly what one determined family did. The French island of Quéménès is nearly a mile long, nine miles from the mainland, and is mainly treeless. In the winter, intense storms engulf the island creating icy waves that slam against the sharply jagged shoreline, making it a difficult place to live. Yet for this family, it was the perfect place for what they were about to embark on.

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