Stratton only ran a carpet yesterday and ran a carpet and the AMEX HS6 out of the base to mid mountain for a little while. Nothing to the top. The high temp for the base was -5 and the for the summit it was -15. There was lots of wind.
What I meant was that Killington was not leaving a huge pile of revenue on the table by closing.
Yeah, you're right. They would have lost more money with a bunch of hourly staff standing around servicing nobody. My buddy is a snowboard instructor and his wife sells tickets on the weekend, and both were called off earlier in the week. They were preparing for this back then. Not that both my buddy and his wife were sad about it. They don't need the money.