Doubt it will help, but who knows? I have a serious case of the sad (and my wife even more so). Here is the situation:
-Wife decided not to go on the annual week long Whistler trip (1/22-27) this year to save money (family has gone up every year for last 4 years...this would be the 5th year, we have all done week long instructional camps every year. I say that to point out that although we are not make or break customers, we are fairly reliable ones)
-I have to go as I am talking at the conference that I use as a partial tax write-off, my brother (from Missouri) stepped up and said he wanted to bring his 4 y/o out for the week. Booked in October for 2 adults, a 7 y/o (my daughter) and a 4 y/o, lodging and week long instruction all around.
-Wife went up to local hill last week, looked around and said "Why the heck exactly am I not going to Whistler?" (Hey it was her choice to begin with)
-Called to add my wife to the trip, and received an unequivocal "No can do!" Not "please give us some extra money". It seems that moving from 2 adults and 2 rugrats to 3 adults and 2 rugrats (who would all be sleeping in the same one bedroom suite with pullout as the original booking) is verbotten.
-Could do the "Who her? She is just here to drop us off....yeah, dropping us off...that's it!" but seems a little risky.
-Too late to book other lodging. Just seems a little short sighted to lose $1,500 - 2,000 out of profits because a 4 y/o counts as an adult. Long story short....wife won't be going.