This home was built for a couple who left Brooklyn New York in 1950 with their two small girls to raise their family in the WEST where Beth grew up in Wyoming. She spend a lot of her childhood in the small western town of Dubois. Being a mechanic Pete opened a full service gas station and Beth ran their motel business. As the businesses grew so did the family with the addition of two boys. Both Pete and Beth became apart of the Dubois community. Pete being a founder of the Dubois Fire Department and serving as a town council member for 18 years. Beth did a lot of volunteer work, mostly for Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church. Housing and feeding the priests and nuns, taking care of the church lawn, and baking her famous maple chiffon cake for the church bake sales. Forty plus years later with their children grown with families of their own Pete and Beth sold their businesses, retired, and had their dream home built on the Antelope Hills Golf Course… this home was a labor of love for us, because it was built for Pete’s Mother and Father featuring brick with cedar t&g.