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 Post subject: Re: Old-fashioned methods that still work best
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The house I had before this one was built in 1952 and had the original clotheslines still intact. I loved them. I could hang clothes whenever the weather was good enough on my days off, and could drape large bedspreads, blankets, etc., across the expanse of the lines and they dried beautifully. I also had an old quilted bedspread that I could hang over the line and make my own personal golf practice range by hitting the balls into the bedspread. My neighbor in the back was retired and an avid golfer. He also made golf clubs on the side, so I figured if I ever missed and went into his yard or hit his house with a shanked shot, he would understand.


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