Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Call of the Wild

Jack London Square in Oakland is named for the famed author.

A statue of Jack London welcomes guests to the waterfront.

Oakland Ferry Terminal dedication.

Boats docked in the marina.

A wolf statue from one of his most famous works, "The Call of the Wild."

London's own Oakland cabin, still preserved after 100 years.

Jack London's regular watering hole, Heinold's First And Last Chance Saloon, is still open for business today.

After all the exploring it was time for a snack.

I went to Noah's for a bagel.

They were out of chocolate chip so I chose a plain one. Yummy!

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