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The cottage, the A-Frame, the Tee-Pee, different names for the same place. Our summer and weekend home for over 15 years. After selling the race car, Landy bought 300 feet of lake front property on Kunzers Beach Lane*, on the bay of Green Bay. I use the term property loosely because it was basically swamp land that the cows used for pasture. The township of Pensaukee agreed to continue the road if Landy bought the land and built a house on it. The road ended before reaching his property.

Kunzers Beach Lane consisted of a tavern (Kunzer's), at the end of the road with five small rental units. There were three additional cottages between the tavern and Landy's A-Frame. Landy bought the land in the late fall of 1960 and built an A-Frame cottage the following summer. There was a master bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living room downstairs and two bedrooms on the second floor for the kids.

Landy built three more cottages over the years and remodeled two others. He remodeled his too many times to count. The door ended up on all four sides at one time or another and dormers and porches came and went with the season. When he finally got it the way he wanted it, he upped and moved to California....but I'm getting ahead of myself.

The photos below will provide you with an idea of all the different activities that we engaged in over the years. It was a great life.

* Kunzers Beach Lane, Little Suamico, Wisconsin.

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