Episode 477: Nature prescriptions in Canada, a great quote from Harriet Tubman, the lovely Writer’s Museum in Edinburgh, the funky sax of Maceo Parker, and more…

Good News: Physicians in Canada can now write actual prescriptions for their patients to spend time in nature, Link HERE.

The Good Word: A brilliant reminder from Harriet Tubman,

Good To Know: Some amazing information about just how historic the city of Edinburgh actually is…

Good News: Detroit is installing a mile’s-worth of electrified road to test out a method to charge electric vehicles while they’re in motion, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Take a little virtual tour of the delightful Writer’s Museum in Edinburgh, HERE.

Bon Appetit: Make sure you aren’t hungry when you watch this video that includes a few minutes discussing the brilliant bakery, Twelve Triangles, in Edinburgh! Link HERE.

Sounds Good: Happy belated birthday to the legendary funk sax player, Maceo Parker! Check him out playing a song made famous when he was with James Brown, “Make It Funky”, HERE.

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