Being Very Very Frugal Laundry Drying In Winter

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    I hear the crusty snow snapping and I think, 'Deer!?!'

    I creep around to find that my cousin's horse is close by as it trollops through the crusty snow past my uncle's laundry drying silently in the night air.

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    1. Dean Forbes 102 months ago | reply

      must make for some cold and stiff clothing.

    2. -epm 102 months ago | reply

      Very surreal; drying clothes by moonlight.

    3. ninadilger 101 months ago | reply

      such a cool shot

    4. Winged Foot 101 months ago | reply

      The laundry basket is a nice touch.

    5. -epm 101 months ago | reply

      Now if you only had a snowman in the frame... :^)

    6. Tim Somero 101 months ago | reply

      Hmm...the snowman is possible. The clothes, however, are dry and gone!

    7. Just Me Robin 101 months ago | reply

      Mmmm, I want to reach out and smell those cothes!

    8. StarrGazr 91 months ago | reply

      Ugh! I have done this. You can never know the cracks that your hands get after doing this through a winter. Painful!

      Beautifully nostalgic photo!

    9. STE*Photo 90 months ago | reply

      I miss snow, this is great I saw it on the calendar promo and I was amazed by the thumbnail. Great job.

      Seen on the website NH Photo Tour

    10. Tim Somero 90 months ago | reply

      Thank you!

      I miss the snow, too, because we haven't had much if any snow this year. It's been a strange, warm fall to this point.

    11. Amarawc 90 months ago | reply

      Love this. The color of the sky and clothing are perfect. It has indeed been a strange fall this time around - there were summer-like violent thunderstorms yesterday! Lots of trees sticking out of houses this morning in Keene.

    12. Tim Somero 90 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the compliment and you're right about the strange weather recently. Who would have guessed that it would be warm in December?

    13. gregw 44 months ago | reply

      Well done :)

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