Wednesday, May 11, 2005

organic clothes dryer

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Proctor & Gamble and armies of scientists will never be able to invent a scent that rivals fresh air. Clothes drying on a line is a sure sign of spring. It takes a bit more time than popping everything into a clothes dryer, but it's time well spent in the fresh air. I remember my grandmothers nimble fingers making quick work of a basket of wet clothes. Well worn wooden clothes pins hid in the pockets of her aprons and she retrieved them two at a time, holding one in her mouth as she slipped the other one over the line.


btezra said...

~nothing screams 'fresh' like clothes righ toff the line outside~

sugarcreekfarm said...

Love line-dried clothes! But the bad thing about living on a gravel road is the dust - so I don't do this as often as I should.

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