May 16, 2013
I have found all lodging has WiFi. It’s almost a crime now days not to give free wifi to guests. If it’s not free you still get to benefit from the RF radiation from the router. I would so love to know what places may be around the US that don’t have wifi installed that are safe to stay when on the road. All it takes is a handfull of places and one can travel the US. I do not know of any except for Feywood Hot springs in NM and that is mostly camping. No wifi there and it would be nice to keep the list updated. I’m sure as people find a wife free spot to lodge and list them here we together can get a good list of places. non camping lodging is of particular interest as many are not up to the camp thing.
March 23, 2014
I am new to this forum, fairly new to serious EMF issues, and started reading here. I appreciate your comment, and perhaps answering it here can start of making your suggestion happen. We recently camped in Half Moon Bay State Beach, CA. First trip away from home. We took our RF meter and our tent. Had no idea what to expect. Measurements at the campsite itself were as low as inside our EMF-reduced home (this was not true, of course, for the highways, towns, intersections, etc. along the way). Long lovely bike trail along the long lovely shoreline.
In planning another trip, I called a B&B and asked about EMFs. The proprietor indicated she had been getting questions about this from others, so there is a market out there for people like us. As far as keeping a list updated, I think the easiest thing is for people to pay attention to the posting dates, because as we know, our environment changes daily.
Appreciate your idea
March 23, 2014
Hello again, Just returned from more than 2 weeks of travel. Took the meters, protective clothing, and protective sleeping bag. Verified that the size of a cell tower has no relation to the intensity of its transmissions. Verified that I personally can drive across Nevada, Utah and Colorado, also through California’s Central Valley, with no ill effects, except that: Verified that cities and even large towns are dangerous for me even from the freeway, so wore my protective clothing (as a passenger) whenever approaching Reno, Sparks, Salt Lake City, etc. Measured radio frequency radiation (RFR) at 63.xx mW/m2 from the freeway in Los Angeles. Verified that a small rural area hotel may offer wi-fi, but if nobody is accessing it, the room itself is free of RFR (and the manager was ok with our measuring this before we took the room). Verified that hiking in mountains and camping in deserts are wonderful ways to be totally free of RFR. Verified that we could lower the RFR inside a condo unit (by unplugging the microwave, unplugging the cordless phone, etc.), but since we couldn’t lower what came through the wall from a neighboring unit, we made a “wall hanging” out of my protective sleeping bag during the day, and I slept inside the bag during the night. Personal results may vary, but this trip assured me that I can enjoy hiking and camping, the travel activities I like best, and can “get there,” with help. Best wishes to you, NoRFplease!