Thank you for all of this information. For reasons I cannot explain, I have had very different results this morning (8am, New York).
The first thing I did was put CloudFlare into “Pause” mode, as suggested by sdayman in this post above. This, I believe, reverts Cloudflare to DNS and not Proxied.
I then went to Registrar (GoDaddy) and changed Name servers to CloudFlare, expecting the site to crash immediately, but it did not. I monitored propagation with DIG tool and about 30 minutes later, I could see that the name servers had updated from Bluehost to CloudFlare.
Finally, I removed Pause mode in CloudFlare and everything seemed to be working on my computer and Mobile.
Approximately 30 minutes after removing Pause mode, I checked on my Mobile and the site wouldn’t load. I had “This page isn’t working, redirected too many times” error. (See screen capture below)
I kept checking my mobile and after another 15 minutes, the site loaded again. However, when checking on my Wife’s iPhone and my daughter’s iPhone, in Safari browser, the site would not load (I have a Droid, running Chrome and it was fine). I then checked both iPhones using Chrome and the site loaded fine, but will not load with Safari. (See screen capture below)
I now put the CloudFlare back into Pause mode and it is working in Safari. I am not sure what is different about Safari that it would not work, but that is the current status. Interestingly, both error messages in screen captures refer to “redirects”.
I appreciate the assistance you and sdayman have provided me, so thank you both.
Screen Capture on iPhones:
Screen Capture on Droid: