Jack London State Historic Park Tucked among eucalyptus groves in Glen Ellen is the novelist's writing cottage and home--complete with taxidermied game--and the House of Happy Walls Museum, containing London's other travel souvenirs.
What does JLSHP stand for?
JLSHP stands for Jack London State Historic Park (California)
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Some of the parks, including the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area and Jack London State Historic Park in the Bay Area, however, could remain open if non-profit groups or local governments agree to step in and take over their operations and funding or if additional concession operations are added, officials said.
Even so, London's Beauty Ranch becamehis own memorial: the heart of his property is now Jack London State Historic Park.
Below, tour members sample wine grapes at private visit to Flora Springs winery Photo: Guided horseback riders in Jack London State Historic Park go from vineyards to hilltops as they learn about the past Photo: Riding the thermals to 3,000 feet or more in a one-passenger glider, you get bird's-eye view of the upper Napa Valley Photo: No steering: when wicker gondola is untied, wind sets balloon's course Photo: Rented bikes with picnic packs take back-roads cyclists past neat rows of wine-grape vineyards along State 121