A file photo of “Jack’s Oak, a centuries-old oak tree on the grounds of Jack London State Historic Park in Glen Ellen that provided shade and inspiration to writer and adventurer Jack London when he lived in Sonoma County.
A file photo of “Jack’s Oak, a centuries-old oak tree on the grounds of Jack London State Historic Park in Glen Ellen that provided shade and inspiration to writer and adventurer Jack London when he lived in Sonoma County. Kent Porter AP
A file photo of “Jack’s Oak, a centuries-old oak tree on the grounds of Jack London State Historic Park in Glen Ellen that provided shade and inspiration to writer and adventurer Jack London when he lived in Sonoma County. Kent Porter AP

Free entry to state park dedicated to ‘Wild’ writer for the rest of 2017

November 17, 2017 06:00 AM