Dating clothing clothing clothing shoes
Mitch’s father, Wink Larson, was a pioneer thinker, an early entrepreneur in Door County.
“He had been a skier most of his life and was part of the Army ski patrol in Garmisch, Germany, in the 1950s,” Larson relates.
Her first cash register could calculate no sale greater than .99 and the majority of her business was actually conducted through a barter system.
Basically, bolts of cloth, boots, hatpins and pocket watches were exchanged for eggs and butter.
Located at the corner of Maple Drive and Highway 42, she owned and operated the store for many years.“Door County is about family, about outdoor activities, about entertainment and bringing people together,” believes On Deck Clothing owner Mitch Larson.The Larson family has been part of Door County’s extended family and traditions for generations, dating back to the late 1800s.Bunda ran other retail stores throughout the area, including Sturgeon Bay and Oshkosh.In a quirk of fate, Bunda also leased the Lundberg General Store on Main Street in Fish Creek for a year during the 1930s.