My passion in life is to travel everywhere in the world. Whether it be a forgotten, small town in a far-off country, or a typical tourist spot. To go to new places I've never seen before and to never stop exploring. Sometimes, you come across a place that is worth revisiting, and that's what happened this weekend. Hawksbill Crag is just one of those breathtaking views and such an easy trail to hike that it just makes it fun and exciting to go back. This weekend would be the third time I visited this landmark, but it was so completely different from the previous visits. The whole point in hiking this trail again was to meet up with a fellow traveler we met on Instagram. Excited to meet him, we packed a bag for the night and hit the road. A quick drive later, we arrived at the trailhead. We threw a few more items into our bags, made sure we had enough water, and started down the trail. Hiking in is about a mile and a half, so it's not too strenuous. This visit was so radically different because everything was actually alive, and green! The previous two visits were in the fall/winter so everything was pretty dead. The greenery only made the hike to the crag more exciting since there would be such a different view this trip. We finally reached the crag and found a huge group of campers for the night. We knew our friend said he'd be with a group, but his face wasn't found among them. Andrew and I knew of a cool camping spot, since we are what I would call "regulars" to this location. We passed the crag and not a few yards later turned left up a narrow trail to our spot. Instantly, I recognized a big german shepherd lying by the fire pit. I saw a man picking up firewood and knew right away that this was our friend. We finally met and talked for a little bit before we set up our camp for the night. It took us a while to get a fire started and our friend showed us a few tricks to get one going that will definitely help in the future. This night was definitely one for the books. We sat in our hammocks around the fire talking, laughing, and sharing stories until we all fell asleep. The next morning we woke and made some breakfast. We decided to head down to the crag and take some photos. After snapping a few shots and taking the typical selfie, we started to mingle with some of the other group members. Most of them were just like us, adventure seekers, photographers, creative minds. It was definitely awesome getting to meet people that related to us. One guy we met had a slack line with him tied between two trees. Andrew decided he just had to try it, and we stayed there for about 30 minutes watching him fall after about 3-4 steps. He was entertained to say the least, and was slowly catching on. The group was about packed up when they stated they were moving on to go visit Kyle's Landing. We decided to take a few more pictures, and leave as well. In no time we made it back to the car and said our goodbyes to our new friends. This just shows that even if you go to the same place, you will have a total different experience each time. There is a quote out there that says you'll never step in the same river twice, and I'm convinced you'll never go to the same place twice. Each time it will always be a little different than it was before. I'm so glad we decided to make it out to the crag that day. Definitely a memory to last a lifetime, and I can't wait to see where the trails will take me next.