The two-month mark is approaching in the search for Hailey Dunn.
During that time, searchers have trudged, ridden, and flown around Scurry County looking for any sign of the missing 13-year-old.
This weekend, searchers took to the water for the first time, using a small boat to search a creek in Dunn.
"We can see down in the water area, out in the middle of it," said searcher Mychelle Grissom.
A local landowner gave crews permission to search the area.
"We got some tips from several people that concern this creek," volunteer Freda Radcliff said.
Many have given up on the grueling searches, but those dedicated to Hailey's cause continue their quest day in and day out.
"We cry every morning, we cry every night. My motto is, 'I will not give up,'" Grissom said.
Although those involved have several theories of their own, they're continuing to pray for Hailey's safe return.
"I think that the boyfriend has something to do with it, but hopefully we can just find her safe and unharmed," said searcher Joshua Corzine.
Despite the circumstances, volunteers said they won't give up hope.
"Wherever we need to be, whenever we get a lead, we're on it day or night," Grissom said.
National groups KlaasKids and the Laura Recovery Center will organize a massive search of the area next weekend.