The ‘Pedi Sukkah’ … because who says a sukkah can’t have wheels?

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This Sukkot about 40 Pedi Sukkahs, many pedaled by Chabad rabbis, are roaming cities from Portland to Montreal to Brussels, bringing the holiday to Jews who might otherwise ignore it.

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This Sukkot about 40 Pedi Sukkahs, many pedaled by Chabad rabbis, are roaming cities from Portland to Montreal to Brussels, bringing the holiday to Jews who might otherwise ignore it.

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(RNS) On the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, which began on Wednesday (Sept. 18) Jews typically build temporary dwellings to evoke the shelters of the Israelites during their desert wanderings. But if you didn't build a sukkah, maybe someone will ride up to you on a Pedi Sukkah.