Day: September 11, 2020

Still in the Game: Camp keeps adrenaline pumping with outdoor adventures

Posted: Sep. 9, 2020 12:30 am Updated: Sep. 9, 2020 10:14 am

This is the latest story in the “Still in the Game” series, which chronicles former area high school and college athletes who have pursued a professional career that keeps them involved with athletics.

BUTTE, Mont. — It’s the inevitable question that follows college graduation when playing football becomes a weekend activity instead of a daily passion.

What are you going to do with your life?

Dan Camp wasn’t exactly sure.

“When you get done playing sports, no one tells you what’s next,” said Camp, a standout Quincy University linebacker who graduated in 2015. “That’s been your identity year in and year out. I was Dan, the football guy, the hype man. That was my job. That was my personality. That was my identity.

“When football ended for me at Quincy, I was like, ‘Man, what do I do

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LATAM Pass is the loyalty program of LATAM — an airline created when LAN and TAM merged in 2012. Recently, the airline left the Oneworld alliance after Delta Air Lines purchased 20% of the South American airline , making waves in the region’s travel industry.

Unfortunately, the airline has been hard-hit by the coronavirus-fueled travel downturn. It filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy here in the U.S. and was later delisted from the New York Stock Exchange. Through all of this, though, the airline has said it will continue to operate as it restructures.

In a post-coronavirus world, LATAM will likely have a larger U.S. presence as it works to cooperate with Delta Air Lines. The two airlines still

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The Year When Seemingly No One Took A Vacation

Is it over yet? You know, the big summer vacation season?

It may be hard to tell since there never was much of a rush in the first place, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Airport terminals may not seem a lot less crowded than they were in the summer. And airplanes may not seem appreciably less full, if for no other reason than airlines will be reducing the number of flights now to offset the post-Labor Day drop in demand.

Yet, with most children around the nation now back to school – even if they’re attending virtually rather than in person – the seasonal decline in travel will

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