I feel like I will never have enough land..... When I was 22, on my first real job out of college, the first thing I bought was a 20 acres piece of land with my brother. Most of my friends where bying cars - trucks - ski-doo's... toys.... Me, I kept the old dodge worn out mini van I had in college and bought my first piece of land. Some people were thinking I was crazy. I was working in Ottawa back then, wich was 1000 miles from home. Some co-workers where wondering why the heck I was bying land out there. I switch job since.... hitting the road evrywhere in North America..... Through the year, I'm up to close to 80 acres now some of it is 50% own with my brother and some is mine. And it's creating 1 big chunk of land, difrent lot #, but it's all touching. Now, I'm building my retirement project (I'm only 27). It's a cape cod style house. I don't know when it will be finished, I'm working on the road and I'm not home to often, so that's why I'm calling it my retirement project.... (eventually it will have solar, wind mill, boiler, lister veggy oil generator, huge root cellar, a shop, a barn, ect...) For now I have 1 x full hook-up 50 amp rv parking lot close by the house where I put my rv (I've been a rv full-timer for the last 5 year) and the basement of the house should be roughly finished so me, my wife, my dog and my 6 month brand new baby girl will have a warm place with the stirct minimum to make it through the winter if we happen to be unemployed for the cold season(It would be too cold for the rv) So now, most of the guys that were thinking I was crazy back then are stunt to see the mansion I will end up with........ and by the way I haven't bought any toys yet..... But, coming back to land, seems like I will never have enough, I'm dealing with the guys that own the 20 cares beside my trout pound to get is piece of dirt... let see what will happen.... and I'm starting too look for 100 acres of wood about 10 miles from home.... that would be for my Lumber jack career to make some money the day I will quit the road. The picture you see have been taken last week. Now, my general contractor is done. The house is protected from the element.... I just don't know when ( 2 to 20 year) it will be totally finished.