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home WLM | business explains. “They are all involved in the film industry. I had a window of opportunity, so I sold them.” “It got a little bigger and more unwieldy than I anticipated,” Steven continued. “It’s fun and hopefully it He then set about looking for a quiet place in the mountains. “I had spent thirty years in Vancouver. You’ll laugh when I say this,” Steven adds, “but it’s too much of the ‘jet set.’” When he found the Alpine Airpark he knew he’d found a refuge. He bought a portion from Bill Weiman, developer of the first half of the airpark, and finished it himself, calling his portion, naturally, The Refuge. Steven explains that the Alpine Airpark is ideal because “…your garage is your hangar, there is a gas concession across from the taxiway where you can get your fuel cheaper and more conveniently, enjoy a 5,850 foot runway, an automated weather information system, GPS approach system