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Sunday July 5

NXNW veterinarian Ted Morris has some tips on travelling with pets.

Outdoor expert, Frank Ritcey, reveals more secrets from Wells Gray Park.

Prince George painter, Crystalynn Tarr, uses pigments she makes from soil samples she collects. Her show is called Memoryscape: Spiritual Landscapes of Crystalynn Tarr. You can see her work now at the Mackenzie Arts Centre.

 Rick Hansen talks about books that have been important to him, on Shelf Life.

Rick Hansen's book list

Favourite childhood book:  It's about fishing but he can't recall the title.  Listen to the podcast and see if you can help identify it!

Book for your young adult self:  Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

Book that changed your life:  The Digital Economy by Don Tapscott

Book you like to lend or give as a gift: the Molecues of Emotion by Dr. Candace Perth

Guilty reading pleasure:  World's Best Fishing Stories from Field and Stream.
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