Jack London State Historic Park Photos

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Museum
One of the many exhibits inside the House of Happy Walls. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Flowers
Clever flower pots built into the external stonework at the House of Happy Walls. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
House of Happy Walls
The park's main museum is located in the house built after the Wolf House fire and Jack London's death. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
House of Happy Walls Trail
When heading back to the trailhead we went down the dirt trail that would pass the park's main museum in the House of Happy Walls. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Trail View
Headed back towards the trailhead on the Wolf House Service Road. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Greenlaw children
The nearby graves of the Greenlaw children include wooden markers. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Grave site
A simple stone, taken from the Wolf House ruins, marks their final resting spot. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Jack London's Gravesite
The humble resting place of Charmian and Jack London. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Path
Coppertone examines a rock walled path not far from the Wolf House. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Stories
Ultimately a four story house, here three levels are evident due to their fireplaces. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Reflecting Pool
A view of the interior courtyard's reflecting pool. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Wolf House
The remains of Jack's beloved Wolf House are a poignant reminder about the fragile nature of our plans and dreams. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Wolf House Service Road
The paved path leading towards the Wolf House is easy to walk and actually quite pleasant given the ample tree cover. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Parking Lot View
Not too bad a start of the day when even the view from the parking lot is kind of nice. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Headed back
Coppertone on the muddy trail, a vineyard and views to the other side of Sonoma Valley. Welcome to wine country! (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Towering Redwoods
Standing in the center of a grove of Redwoods just off the Lake Service Road. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Mays Clearing
The open area near the junction of Old Fallen Bridge Trail and Mountain Trail offers up a nice view. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Bridge
Coppertone on the bridge that spans Asbury Creek. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Crossings
Coppertone crosses a small stream shortly before a larger bridge assisted crossing. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Orchard Trails
The trails through and around the perimeter the historic orchard are more open and have less shade. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Ancient Redwood
Coppertone poses with the 2,000 year old Ancient Redwood. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
View
A view southwest from the road along Fern Lake. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Fern Lake
Technically outside of the park, but the trails wrap around Fern Lake and turns back into the park. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Trail View
Coppertone hikes along the rolling terrain. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
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