JWR’s Recommendations of the Week:

Books:

Photovoltaic Design and Installation For Dummies

How to Be Invisible: Protect Your Home, Your Children, Your Assets, and Your Life, by J.J. Luna

Movies:

The Reckoning: Remembering the Dutch Resistance

The Marx Brothers Collection (Includes: A Night at The Opera/A Day at The Races/A Night in Casablanca/Room Service/At the Circus/Go West/The Big Store)

Television:

Hunted (CBS Network.) The network’s publicists proclaim it: “The World’s most elaborate game of Hide and Seek.” This justifiably popular series includes some useful tradecraft and was recommended by J.J.S. of Radio Free Redoubt. It airs on Wednesday evenings.

Best of American Pickers: Mike And Frank’s Picks

Music:

The Very Best of Jean-Luc Ponty

Kate Wolf: Give Yourself To Love (Volumes 1&2 – Live In Concert)

Instructional Videos:

Bushcraft Fun in the Bush, Camp Projects

The Backyard Machine Shop – Machine Rescue Series

Lucas Botkin: Practical Glock 19 Upgrades for Efficiency and Effectiveness

Podcasts:

Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast

Tom and Kris Camping Podcast, RVing and Tent Camping

Blogs:

Tactical Intelligence

Wheeling It (A full-time RVing blog.)

Gear:

Big Kahuna Portable Shower. (Great for car camping!)

Dometic 12VDC Vehicle Refrigerator (Great for car camping and road trips!)

Schumacher Electric Digital Portable Power Station 1200-Amp Jump Starter (Ideal for Bug-Out vehicles)

Or, if you don’t need one with an inverter or air compressor (or just want some add-on capacity): NOCO Genius Boost Plus GB40 1000 Amp 12V UltraSafe Lithium Jump Starter & NEBO LARRY Blue C.O.B. LED Flashlight AND Universal 2 Port USB Wall Charger

And if you want to assemble a big 12 deep cycle battery bank for a mobile system, then wire two of these, in series (or four of them in a series/parallel arrangement): Lifeline 220 Amp Hour 6 Volt Deep Cycle Battery

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