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Hanging out the washing thread

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12 Nov
7:27pm, 12 Nov 2020
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Derby Tup
Great to see some late autumn action
13 Nov
2:49pm, 13 Nov 2020
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leaguefreak
One load nearly dried. Started drizzling now so it'll need to come in to finish
13 Nov
4:12pm, 13 Nov 2020
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Derby Tup
I did a load of dog towels earlier, and got them virtually dry so have had a good couple of days on the fluff :-)
17 Nov
7:19pm, 17 Nov 2020
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Lip Gloss
Washing out and back in mostly dry :-)
21 Nov
11:12am, 21 Nov 2020
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mrs shanksi
First load of bedding on the line, second load in the machine. It's a sunny, but windy day here so thought I would go for it.
22 Nov
2:18pm, 22 Nov 2020
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Lip Gloss
Bath mats and towels dried outside today :-)

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Maintained by Jock Itch
For lovers of the art of hanging the washing out:

Weather forecast: Shall I hang my washing or not ? Check here:

bbc.co.uk

Terminology: 'Fluffing' -- Going out and runninng your hands over the washing just to feel whether still moist. Sometimes not needed but we all like to fluff

'Melvyn' - where you run you fingers through your washing, you think it's damp but you're not sure. It could be dry. You leave out or take in? you've done a Melvyn'.

Also for sharing photos of 'Extreme pegging'. Plastic or wooden they are all embraced here :)

lifeyourway.net Some top tips to help increase your enjoyment of this wonderful past time :)
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