Our second highlight of our stay here, was our visit to Sundance Ranch. What a beautiful serene place. No wonder Robert Redford made this his home. And speaking of Robert Redford. At Sundance Ranch they have a chair lift that operates in the summer by taking visitors up the Mountain to see the terrific scenery, to hike the trails or to mountain bike the trails or just to ride back down. As we were getting on the chair lift, coming down on the chairlift was Robert Redford himself. And we know it was him because a mother had asked Mike to take a picture of her and her two kids of which he obliged and she told him Mr. Redford was at the top of the mountain doing some hiking and he was due back down in about 10 minutes. So of course we went to get our lift tickets and that is how we knew it was him. Sure didn't look 74. He was with a woman whom could of been his new wife but we were not sure. That just added more excitement to the most beautiful setting we have ever visited thus far. Plus it is a ski mountain in the winter months -- smaller then usual but manageable. There was a log lodge to stay in, and mountain cottages that were rustic and enhanced the surrounding landscape. There were 4 restaurants and a deli, a spa, conference and meeting rooms and an art shack. Sundance is dedicated to the balance of art and nature. Each January, the Sundance Village features 40 screenings during the Sundance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah. Also there was a babbling stream that went through the village which just made it very serene and it was just a nice quaint place to visit and Mike begged us to leave him there. Surely a place to visit in Utah and their website is: www.sundanceresort.com
Now on to our Send Out Cards Convention in Salt Lake City.