Here's my cute, artsy picture that represents doing laundry on the line:
Did you know that when clothespins stay out in the rain that they turn grey? Neither did I. Now I do...although I doubt that the ones made during the 50's and before did. They probably made the clothespins out of better wood back when they figured people would actually use them outdoors.
Okay, here's my sweet little "I'm hanging my laundry out on the line!" Picture:
Aww....it looks so sweet, so idyllic, so...out of balance! Why didn't I stick the pants in the MIDDLE of the two shorts?! How is it I didn't notice that?! Okay, anyhow, wouldn't you like to believe that my laundry line looks that cute and sweet out in the dappled sunlight like that? Yeah, I'd like to believe that too.
Here's a picture of what my laundry line REALLY looks like: (Brace yourself)
Crazy, huh? We literally just strung line from deck post to tree to tree to deck post to tree and back again to deck post. There's no symmetry, no balance, no attention to asthetics. It looks like someone did it while in an...um..."altered state". It's the junkiest thing! But, hey, whadda you want me to do? Spend $150 on a laundry "tree" (just as ugly in my opinion) or $450 for a set of laundry "T's"? I'm doing this to SAVE money, so I gotta hang the line wherever I find stuff strong enough to hold it!
Ugly but functional. What can you do?