The self-proclaimed Tarzan has quit his job to live in a treehouse in the jungle in order to “escape the matrix and get in touch with nature”.
Breton, 35, originally from California, moved to Hawaii and built a treehouse with his bare hands, revealing how he “achieved his dream” on TikTok and YouTube. It’s situated just 5.5ft off the ground, is 20ft tall, 14ft by 14ft and features a functioning sink, mini fridge, shelves, a futon, and a loft that holds the “sleeping quarters”.
Breton uses two solar panels attached outside the house to provide electricity for all his tech, including his phone, his laptop and his TV.
He is also growing his own food and living entirely from rainwater, which he collects off the roof into a large 300-gallon tank, where it gets filtered and sent to faucets inside the home.
The greenhouse is where he grows his own fruits and vegetables, including green beans, broccoli, beets, lettuce, and carrots.
It means he rarely has to take the hour-long walk down to the nearest town to pick up grains and other supplements.
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The outhouse is where he has the bathroom, with a functioning sink, washer, toilet and shower — all using collected rainwater.
Breton makes money from a supplement company he founded along with his social media accounts which have gathered a big following.
He urges others to follow in his footsteps of living off the grid and quit their 9-5 jobs.
Viewers were quick to flock to the comments and share their desire to do the same, with one writing: “One day, that is gonna be me.”
A second quipped: “Beautiful and so peaceful. I hope that one day I will be like you”, while a third added: “Omg dude for real how much would it be to get a similar home to this!”
Others however slammed Breton for his off the grid lifestyle which contradicts his use of a phone and social media.
One wrote: “Not really taking a break from the matrix if you’re posting online about it are ya.”
A second added: “‘Off grid’ means no cellphones, my dude.”