I thought I’d share a picture of my home, so when you see my posts, you know I understand your position. This is the closest turbine to our home. 1139′ from the center of the tower to our front yard property line. Its about 1200′ from our bedroom window. We have had to abandon our bedroom as sleep deprivation and the effects of low frequency bombardment took its toll and was more than we could bear and survive. We now sleep in a room we put together in the cellar/basement behind concrete and field stone walls.
This is a view from the north of our home showing the 2 closest turbines which have our home sandwiched. Like tonight as the south wind at 30 mph on the ground with gusts blow the pressure in the home on our heads is intense. Our only comfort is to leave our home. The only place to sleep reliably is below ground with sleep medications. And the fruit trees are Red and Yellow Delicious. Galas, Honeycrisp, Spys, Jonathons, Black sweet and tart cherries, some yellow sweets. Peaches of all sorts. It used to be a wonderful place to live. fertile soil cool breezes off Lake Michigan just two miles away. We were big gardeners, with our green house. Raised our own chickens and our honeybees. Last year Karen couldn’t take the reverberating pressure and noise in the green house so we didn’t garden. We just cannot be outside with the bombardment. Our enjoyment is gone. – Cary Shineldecker, Michigan, USA
Next time a politician tells you wind is the best thing since sliced bread show them this! Next time they say planning is robust, remember they lie too! And just in case of doubt, this family is unwilling hosts of wind, not beneficiary land owners.