Dungloe, Co. Donegal
That first clothes line, well they are the best of all but never have I had one of those, have used one though.
A bit sunny here, too, but cold!We have real wooden floors, thanks to the guys who lived here before, and the wood loves the wet clothes in winter.We even have to add moisture. Come summer, other way round.Let´s enjoy another sunny day, Bill!
Same here Bill! Right before I visit your blogs I hanged my clothes under the sun and hopefully before the sun sets in two hours, it will be dry. very positive on it since the heat here is so fierce.Stay safe brother Bill! On sunny days, don;t forget to keep hydrated.
Clothes lines are very common around here, especially on Old Order Mennonite farms where there is no electricity and modern appliances are not used. Old fashioned technology - and it's free!
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All looks great. The challenge for the artist how to display flapping laundry.
This is always the best way!
...looks a bit like Amish country.
Bright and beautiful day to hang out clothes and the second image has nice colors.
Hi Bill.It dries quickly and is nice and fresh.Greetings from Patricia.
When I was a kid it was a common thing to hang up the clothes outside. Now it is all done by machine.
You have a machine that hangs the washing for you?God bless.
Clothes on the line...nothing better.
Enjoy the sun! It's overcast and windy here in Wales.
Makes me happy
Seeing laundry hanging out always reminds me of my youth. I used to help my mom hang up the clothes.
Loved the last photo...taking my eye off into the distance then back again. This would make a great puzzle photo!
Hello, the laundry dried outside does have a fresh scent. But, I love my dryer. Besides I have too many birds flying over, they would make a mess.Enjoy your day!
Love to see clothes blowing in the breeze. I hang my clothes out whenever I can. (Don't even own a clothes dryer)
I love the smell of laundry dried by the sun. It's the best thing.
Not a common sight here these days. I loved when I was a kid and the clothes would freeze on the line in winter and become weird board-like things!
I like to dry the laundry in the wind!Have a nice evening, Bill!
I see people are using their solar clothes driers.
It is perfect to dry laundry in the sunbut now we can no longer have both snow and rainy weather
I haven't hung clothes outside for many years but I used to use a clothesline like the one in the first photo. When I was growing up my mom used one like in the second photo.
I hang it outside every week if I can. Fresh air!
Olá Bill!Tanta frescura na sua fotografia.Abracinho.Megy Maia🌈
Solar energy well used.
I like your second shot. The colors and lines really work well.
Not many people do that here. It's kind of a shame.
Wish I could! The steps down to the clothesline are just too scary for me. Ah to be young and sprightly again!
Love to see washing blowing in the breeze Bill. There are only a handful of days a year that I can't hang my washing out to dry, which is a good thing as I don't own a clothes dryer 😉
Ik always take a picture of laundry.
Oh, how beautiful, the broom is blooming.
All during my childhood, my late mother would hang laundry on the line. On rainy days she would hang it in the basement. It was way more work than loading them into a dryer as we do now.
Always nice to see some washing blowing in the breeze …All the best Jan