Monday, February 21

Monday Farm Photo: A Different Kind of Winter White

Got a thing for laundry lines? Me, too:
(click here to see all these posts on one long page)
1/2/06: Winter Color
5/6/09: The Lamb and the Laundry Line (a look back at Baby Cary)
2/18/10: A Nice Day

©, the blowdried foodie farm blog where I don't know how I managed to get along before I nabbed a pile of flour sack towels at the dollar store a couple years ago. I reach for them constantly—and some of them are even still white!


  1. Hi, we enjoyed looking at your clotheslines. It was such a great idea to put them all together in sequence so we could enjoy the different patterns and colors:)

    Mocha Barney, Ashley Pumpernickel and Winniechurchill

  2. I love your kind of winter white! I am actually watching it snow right now...Bah. Cold weather and raising animals does not bring me joy -your winter white line photo, on the other hand, does! Thanks.

  3. Thank you for visiting my blog - which led me to yours which I enjoyed very much today! Love your sense of humor, photos, and view of life. So glad you found me - I will be back checking in on you and your donkeys and "well-fed" husband and see what ya'll are up to. While my barber husband (as I call him) isn't shearing sheep (but is on his feet all day with clippers) he is well-fed too! :-)

    Thanks for sharing your daily life,

  4. Hello,

    I love seeing my clothes drying on the outside line.

    Love your winter whites.


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