DiS drying club 2018


#1

Sunshine on a snowy* day makes my clothes drip drip away!

Yes, I have a full load out there and it is drying. Work shirts already back in.

Any other drying pioneers out there today?

*on the ground


#2

No (so much sky snow)


#3

Sky snow is yesterday’s news and tomorrow’s future.


#4

We are also suffering from an outbreak of sky snow


#5

We had some blow off the garage roofs onto my clothes earlier (sun defeated that) but I think it would be wrong of me to call that sky snow.


#6

Rooves as a plural for of roof is dated, but not incorrect. The Oxford English Dictionary lists “ rooves ” as an alternate to roofs , one of several outdated spellings used in the UK, and in New England as late as the 19th century.


#7

Its like… snow, but from the sky!


#8

Dryoneers more like!


#9

Not today, but I could have put a load of washing on the line. But I have been outside drying washing loads since the middle of January. Fun fact


#10

Much like the shark* I never stop (this is my debut against a snowy backdrop though).

*Me with the washing, it with the perpetual forward propulsion.