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Small resort owned by Robert Redford - Sundance Resort
We decided to head out to the Alpine Loop from Park City. We decided to stop at Sundance We enjoyed a fabulous stay at Sundance. It exceeded our expectations with a far above standard room Downside is it's size, upside is also it's size. Due to being the little guy amongst most of the local ski resorts, this place tends to not attract quite as many crowds. Unfortunately, being the little guy also means that options are limited.
Charles Robert Redford Jr. He is the founder of the Sundance Film Festival. Redford began acting on television in the late s, including an appearance on The Twilight Zone in His greatest Broadway success was as the stuffy newlywed husband of co-star Elizabeth Ashley 's character in Neil Simon 's Barefoot in the Park Redford made his film debut in War Hunt He starred alongside Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid , which was a huge success and made him a major star. He had a critical and box office hit with Jeremiah Johnson , and in he had the greatest hit of his career, the blockbuster crime caper The Sting , a re-union with Paul Newman, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award.
Redford grew up in Los Angeles, far removed from horses and the cowboy way of life. I admit it was just a guy dragging me around the ring at a pony ride, but it was instant love. That instant love would develop into utter fascination by the time he was years-old and landed his first stable job during a family vacation in Colorado. He loved working with the horses so much, in fact, he stayed at the horse stable when his family returned to California! I did any odd jobs that I could find, including grooming and caring for the horses.
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In , also, the federal government sold a canyon—a glacial bowl at the foot of Mount Timpanogos, Utah—to a Mormon family named Stewart. The Stewarts purchased 3, acres at two and a half dollars per acre, pastured some sheep there and eventually built a small ski station with one lift and a Samoan-style restaurant. Before Utah was settled, though, the canyon had been an Indian hunting and fishing ground. He had passed through the canyon on his way home to Los Angeles from Colorado, where he went to college, and he found himself going back to camp there. The affinity isn't only too mysterious and personal, it's also the sort of thing that risks sounding hokey. That wariness, which is part self-irony, is typical of Redford. It protects a depth of feeling, though, that is somewhat reminiscent of another landowner and romantic hero—Tolstoy's Konstantin Levin.