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Last wineyard party + blueprint for our new house

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Everybody is preaching that blogs should be focused and I was wondering if it’s a good idea to mix this blog with personal things, then I decided WHATEVER…
So we picked up grapes in our vineyard and it was the last vintage because as I reported we sold the vineyard. The vintage was a quarter as usual, because most of the work was done by Plasmopara viticola (peronospora). Nevertheless we had really good party, bringing up memories that happened in the vineyard house, childhood years, and warm hugs and handshakes.

We sold the vineyard, so I can build a house for my family and last week we also received an official permission from municipality to start with the work. Here is a blueprint.
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Written by Borut Peterlin

29 September, 2008 at 22:23

Posted in Family, personal thoughts

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  1. Nice house, not too big, not too small… Did you pick the blueprints out of the catalog or did you decide on your own?

    Was it pricey? I see it was done by a buro in Novo mesto – guess it is cheaper there, right?


    30 September, 2008 at 08:23

  2. Saj veš, kako pravijo… Kaj je najhujša bolezen za Gorenjca? aids. Kaj pa za Dolenjca? peronospora 🙂

    Luštna hiša! Vsaj na papirju.


    30 September, 2008 at 09:05

  3. Bought the year your brother was born, sold the year your brother turned thirty 🙂

    Hope you start with the building works as soon as possible 😉 It will be quite a change – from 50 square meters into your own castle…


    30 September, 2008 at 11:35

  4. My wife Alenka made a blueprint for the house and buro executed properly. The realization of the plan was good and price was fair. I don’t know prices in LJ, but I presume it is cheaper.

    Borut Peterlin

    30 September, 2008 at 19:10

  5. Hehe, welcome to the club. 🙂 I didn’t have the chance to design and build it from scratch, but inherited it in half-finished state so now i’m getting to know things like various forms of heating, facades, roofs, fences… Big fun…:D


    30 September, 2008 at 20:40

  6. Yes, house is a never ending project. We didn’t build our from scratch but bought pre-built “in stock” item so it was a better deal (builder gave us discount because it was already built and certain changes were not possible).

    Never ending work… after 7 years we are planing to replace carpet with hardwood floor (bamboo). Repaint the walls, replace door locks, paint front door etc… fun :/


    30 September, 2008 at 22:42

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