Look for the wooden steps of the stair case behind the restrooms. Bring your own pen to sign the log.
The expression Go West, young man, is from the Indiana newspaper writer John Soule who wrote this in 1851. This saying was later popularized by Horace Greeley and it served as the mantra for nineteenth Century American migration. Continuing the trend of westward expansion to the Appalachian Mountains in the eighteenth century, United States citizens as well as immigrants would migrate all the way to the Pacific Ocean by the mid-nineteenth century.