Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Willy willy gives me the willies

The weather gods must hate me. This is the second time this has happened in a couple of months. Our question now is do we replace the part again, for about $30 and hope it doesn't happen again too soon, or spend about 10 times that amount to get a new steel clothesline?

The obvious thing to do would be to move the clothesline, except that we don't have anywhere else to put it that won't have exactly the same problem, or that wouldn't be right in front of the house. Effen weather gods. We want rain! (I could regret that statement).


worldpeace and a speedboat said...

good grief!

do you have a plain wall in the sun where you could mount one of those fold-down rectangular numbers? or get one that reels out from the wall and clips into a post? that way they could be put down out of the wind.

or grow something/build a screening wall that screens the clothesline area, although I imagine winds that strong just come straight over the house as well. so maybe not.

that's savage windliness.

Anonymous said...

you could try freecycle for a pre-loved steel one?

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