Put up old fashion clothesline…

Clothesline...

Clothesline…

I put the poles one meter deep and supported with a brace driven at an angle over two feet each into the ground, then nailed to the main post. That way I was able to get some tension on the lines, without pulling the poles over. The sandy soil takes extra work to get things to stay upright sometimes and I know that the wet clothes get heavy at times…

So this morning, I built an old fashion style clothesline. I will pick up some standard clothesline rope, but for now, I have put my regular rope as the clotheslines. This is something that has needed to be done and gets all the clothes out of the main walkway…

That is what I did this morning and now to rest for a few hours…

Have a nice day…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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