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Fantastic property Rhyno, congrats! I hope this does not sound imposing but perhaps you may wish to consider working with the local Lamborghini dealership to arrange a driving event to your place. A herd of bulls will create the perfect pic!

 

Funny you mention that. I have a group of friends from Saskatchewan that will be driving there exotics to Kelowna! As long as my pool is ready we will be having a party at my new place :)

 

It would be pretty fun to have LoV setup a Lambo drive to my place!!!

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porter, that is sweet your building! Let's definitely swap notes. This is my first build so I'm a Virgin lol

 

 

Did you keep your lake property?

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Congrats rhyno, awesome acquisition. Very cool Quail's Gate is using your grapes. We are building too (I think), will swap notes with you.

 

Please see post #7 in this thread :icon_mrgreen:

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Funny you mention that. I have a group of friends from Saskatchewan that will be driving there exotics to Kelowna! As long as my pool is ready we will be having a party at my new place :)

 

It would be pretty fun to have LoV setup a Lambo drive to my place!!!

 

:icon_super: :icon_thumleft: I would definitely participate if I am invited and in town.

 

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Its almost a perfect life owning a vineyard isn't it. I spend a lot of time at my father in laws vineyard in Oregon and there is nothing better than sitting on the balcony overlooking the vines enjoying a glass. Be cool to get one of those Lamborghini vineyard tractors just for fun. Look forward to pics of the house build.

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Heck yeah very cool. I did some reading/studying/research on viticulture when studying for my horticulture degree. Having a vineyard would be awesome. Can't wait to see the house.

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After spending another week in Napa If I ever get out of the finance/investment business I would love to get into the vineyard and wine business.

 

Beautiful property! Looking forward to this build thread

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I have often heard to make a small fortune in the Vineyard business you need to start off with a large fortune. Definitely a lifestyle I hanker over though.

 

nover heard that one but love it!

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That is a spectacular canvas to start with, you could build a shack there and it would be amazing to wake up to everyday.

 

:icon_thumleft:

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Looking forward to the updates. We have a similar sized garage, get the widest doors that are practical, makes moving the cars around a lot easier. If you build it high enough, you could add lifts at a later date if your collection grows.

 

Good luck.

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Its almost a perfect life owning a vineyard isn't it. I spend a lot of time at my father in laws vineyard in Oregon and there is nothing better than sitting on the balcony overlooking the vines enjoying a glass. Be cool to get one of those Lamborghini vineyard tractors just for fun. Look forward to pics of the house build.

 

Funny thing is a Lambo tractor popped up in BC and I thought about buying it. It was a 1980's tractor so it wasn't very sexy so I passed! I am looking :)

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I have often heard to make a small fortune in the Vineyard business you need to start off with a large fortune. Definitely a lifestyle I hanker over though.

 

This is so true. Everyone ask's me when I will start making and selling my own wine but it's a huge upfront cost with little return. Maybe one day, that is the dream :)

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:iamwithstupid:

 

Looking forward to the updates. We have a similar sized garage, get the widest doors that are practical, makes moving the cars around a lot easier. If you build it high enough, you could add lifts at a later date if your collection grows.

 

Good luck.

 

Thanks bud. One of the doors is 18' long and it's 13' high so I can add lifts in the future :)

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