Episode 532: A global rewilding map goes online, a classic bit of verse from Robert Browning, the beauty of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, the haunting loveliness of Duke Ellington’s classic “Mood Indigo”, and more…

Good News: A new online map allows you to explore the many rewilding efforts taking hold all around the world! Link HERE.

The Good Word: A rightly famous poem by Robert Browning.

Good To Know: What IS the longest sentence in world literature?

Good News: A UK startup is hoping to get beachgoers to trade polystyrene bodyboards for non-disposable wooden ones, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Take a look at one of the most iconic springtime happenings in the Pacific Northwest, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival! Link HERE.

Bon Appetit: A brilliant listing of one reviewers take on the 15 best eateries in Pike Place Market, HERE.

Sounds Good: Listen to the gorgeous and haunting “Mood Indigo” recorded by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra in 1931, Link HERE.

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