Recently, I stumbled upon a bounty called "near hunt" that caught my attention. Although I had experienced it six months ago, I decided to give it another shot. However, this time, I chose to bridge my "eth coins" through Aurora, as the Ethereum chain has a history of being expensive. After successfully bridging my coins, I faced an unexpected obstacle. Although my coins went through, I had no gas to swap or unwrap my Near tokens. I was on the verge of giving up when a kind individual known as GJ came through and sent me the necessary gas. Thanks to GJ's help, I was able to complete the hunt, and it was a thrilling experience. It reminded me of the value of community and the importance of helping each other out. This experience also highlighted the need for accessible and affordable gas prices, especially for those who are new to the crypto space. It can be discouraging to have to navigate through complicated processes while also worrying about the cost of gas. Overall, the "near hunt" bounty was a great reminder of the joys and challenges of navigating the world of cryptocurrency. It showed me the importance of perseverance and the value of community support.