October 6, 1992 |
They arrived in Mercedes-Benzes and Jaguars, Toyotas and Buicks. They wore T-shirts, shorts, sun hats and Hawaiian-print shirts. They carried baby strollers and cameras and waited anxiously for air-conditioned coaches to whisk them off to the sights on the tour. Universal Studios? Disneyland? Nope. It was Sherwood, the exclusive residential enclave conceived of and owned by billionaire developer David Murdock.