A Week on the Wagon: Proof of Life Edition

May 6th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in A Week on the Wagon

Things might be a little slow at DadWagon HQ today, but I don’t want our loyal readers to think we’re slacking off. Nathan, if I understand things correctly, is still in transit to his relaxing vacation, and is unable to post anything (no Internet service in Lappland, eh?)

Matt, meanwhile, has been a little distracted by his concerns about winning a James Beard travel-writing award (fingers crossed). Gotta cut him a break.

As for me, well, I’ve been busily pecking away at my book on weird Jews, myself (possibly) included. Specifically? Well, here’s a little video that might give a little taste of what the current chapter is all about. Enjoy, and have a nice weekend.

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