When you can stay in one place for a while and not spend all of your time looking for a hotel room, you can really start to explore the area and learn some more mold avoidance skills. Our mishap at Applebee’s last night ended in terrible sleep, massive detox overnight, and no longer tolerating the room. We pulled the sheets and comforter off the bed to determine if the room could be salvaged by changing the bedding, but the answer was a definite no. We’ve been sweating out this nasty sweat that just stinks today.
We decided to go back out to the wildlife preserve today, but to try a different section of it. It was misty all day and Lawton felt terrible. I haven’t decided if it’s actually Lawton or if it’s Fort Sill because we were driving in the middle of nowhere and it felt bad when we were driving by the land that was U.S. Army. We ended up driving around the countryside and for the most part, it felt good. I do react to some of the oil pump things, but not all of them. When we got back to the hotel there were crews of guys from a company checking into the hotel that work in oil industry. I immediately started getting the symptoms that I get going by the oil things in the fields so I think I’ve closely identified what that funk feels like. Thankfully it doesn’t seem to contaminate. We saw lots of cattle and horses today. They’ve got lots of pasture and hayfields down here. It’s really pretty and there weren’t very many fields that were just plowed up for winter.
Tomorrow we’ll get more word on the broken hot tub at our hotel. Once we have a better idea of what’s going to happen with that, we can decide if we’re going to stay here longer or move on. We’d really like to stay here longer because we feel well here. Cheers to a day without any major mishaps or mold hits!