Sleeping Next to a Cell Phone Tower

August 28, 2017

Unfortunately, I didn’t feel much better in Wyoming so after taking a day to do laundry we decided to head to Jemez Springs, New Mexico after all. The wildfire maps were showing a lot less smoke in New Mexico.

It took us two days to get there. The first day we stopped in the evening to find somewhere to spend the night in Colorado. We came across a promising campground near Walsenburg but they only took cash and we didn’t have any. Bummer.

We kept looking and eventually found a good spot by the side of the road. We were right next to a cell phone tower but didn’t think much of it. We went to a gas station to heat water, took our showers and got in bed.

Next began the most intense thunderstorm our little van has ever had to endure. The raindrops on the roof were making so much noise that we had to shout to hear each other. The wind was shaking the van from side to side. And when we looked out the window we saw that we were in a giant puddle of water. It was crazy!

I tried to sleep until the storm subsided but didn’t have much luck. Even when the rain stopped, I was in pain and just couldn’t sleep. Brett said he wasn’t feeling very well either. Then we remembered the cell phone tower. Why on earth would we pick a spot next to a cell phone tower? What where we thinking? I guess we were just too tired to think.

Even though I’m not normally sensitive to EMFs from electronics, it seemed reasonable to think that a cell phone tower might be putting out enough EMFs to cause symptoms.

I tried to keep sleeping for a little longer but I couldn’t. I haven’t had insomnia in months so we eventually decided that we needed to find another spot. It was then we realized how much we loved the stability of the ranch. No way did we miss wandering around like this! Thankfully, we found a truck pull-out just down the road and fell asleep relatively quickly.

The next day was even worse. We had only driven about 2.5 hours when Brett started to get sick. He pushed through for a while but we eventually had to stop for him to rest. He decontaminated so he could get in the bed. It turns out he had a significant fever. He laid in bed for over three hours before he was able to get up again and keep driving.

I wished that I could drive for him but I didn’t feel quite ready. I need a little more practice before I’m confident enough to rediscover highway driving. So instead, Brett drove us and stopped for short breaks along the way. I felt so bad for him. He was miserable.

It was a huge relief when we finally arrived at Jemez Springs and found a place to sleep. Unfortunately, we forgot our electric tea kettles in Colorado so I had to heat our shower water on the camp stove. It took a lot longer but it worked. We were just happy we made it!

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  • Charis Rae

    Ugh, so sorry that Brett is sick and that you haven’t felt well! We just got over having fevers in our house, and it isn’t fun. I hope you guys feel better and find a productive place to camp!

    August 28, 2017 at 3:19 pm Reply
    • Ana Harris

      Thank you so much Charis!

      August 29, 2017 at 11:36 am Reply
  • Grandma Zimmerman

    Praying you both will feel better soon and that you will find a satisfactory place to stay, that you won’t have to be constantly moving. Love you,

    August 28, 2017 at 4:16 pm Reply
    • Ana Harris

      Thank you so much Grandma! Love you and miss you!

      August 29, 2017 at 11:37 am Reply
  • Brandon Adams

    I didn’t think I was EMF sensitive until I stopped being constantly exposed to it. Similar to mold – Have to get out to realize it. Alan Maher’s self-grounding shoe insert had a substantial impact on me. After the initial detox from the insert, and removing WiFi from the house, every time I’m exposed I can feel it. Cutting it out and adding the inserts was a big step in my recovery – lots more energy. The grounding mat might be a good option sense you’re somewhat stationary – you can both benefit from it at night, for example.

    August 28, 2017 at 5:10 pm Reply
    • Ana Harris

      Interesting! Thanks for the tips Brandon.

      August 29, 2017 at 11:38 am Reply
  • Laura Davison

    Oh, Ana! I’m so sorry you’ve had to deal with all of this over the last couple of weeks. I’m praying for you! <3

    August 28, 2017 at 5:37 pm Reply
    • Ana Harris

      Thank you so much for your prayers Laura! They are so appreciated! ❤️

      August 29, 2017 at 1:23 pm Reply
  • Lisa

    Awhile after I read your post, I realized that in addition to whatever contribution emf made to your difficulties, you may also have gotten a double whatever molds may have been around to release toxins. Molds release more toxins both when they’re in the presence of emf, and when the atmospheric pressure drops, as it must have in a big way given the storm you described.

    August 28, 2017 at 6:05 pm Reply
    • Ana Harris

      Interesting Lisa! That certainly may have been a factor.

      August 29, 2017 at 1:24 pm Reply
  • Sara

    Praying, praying, praying for you guys!

    August 28, 2017 at 9:22 pm Reply
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