Several weeks ago, I ventured out to the high hills of the Sequoia National Forest with a close group of friends to camp. Our trip was a short getaway, but we were determined to make the most of our time there. Saturday morning started early with a hike to a local waterfall. Between the six of us, we had little sense of direction to get there and relied heavily on instinct as we got deeper into the woods. This resulted in multiple dead-ends, arguments, and frustration, but eventually, we found our way. A highlight of our trip. For lunch, we took the rigs out on a local trail and had lunch. We made our way back to our site and rested under the trees and next to the creek. We spent the rest of our time grilling steaks and telling stories around the campfire.