To Strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

"The above text was carved on a gravestone cross, which was erected (January 22, 1913) in Antarctica at the top of the Observer Hill (750 feet) with a beautiful view of Scott’s first wintering place, in memory of the English polar traveler Robert Scott (1868). - 1912). In an effort to reach the South Pole first, he nevertheless came to him second, three days after the Norwegian pioneer Ruald Amudsen had been there. Robert Scott died on the way back. The remains of Scott and his companions were found only next summer. They died just 20 kilometers from the nearest food camp. In memory of Scott and his comrades in Antarctica, on one of the peaks of Cape Hut there is a cross. It marked the names of the dead and the significant line of the English poet of the nineteenth century Tennyson: "To Strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield."