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Jack and Charmain London's big house - nicknamed "Wolf House" by their friends - was nearly completed when destroyed by fire in 1913. The stone ruins are now part of Jack London State Park in Glen Ellen, California. Open to the sky and weathered by time, the structure has been stabilized by steel beams but otherwise untouched. I visited recently on a sunny afternoon and spent hours walking around the ruins, entranced by the play of light and shadow on the texture of the stones.
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Keywords:jack london state park, wolf house