OOOOOOOOOO - klahoma, where the wind comes sweeping ..... through our yard!
So, what do you do when you've got to hang laundry out, and the wind is blasting at hurricane gale force?
1. Hang stuff on the end of the line that's between the house and the shed, to hopefully cut down on some of the blast.
2. Use LOTS AND LOTS of clothespins.
What's strange is, the wind is blasting out of the south, but it comes around in a circle and blows the laundry from the north. Well, I guess we could have a scientific study of air currents. :)
It's gonna be a BAD HAIR DAY.
Poor corn, almost sideways.
All the trees are rustling to beat the band. *WHOO-OO-OOSH!!!!*
Between the house and shed, the wind tends to "swirl," thus the stuff on the line gets a little twisted. BUT ... at least this clothesline isn't running north-and-south like the one at the apartment did - Not only did everything twist, it twisted lengthwise all around the lines! It was like a laundry rope! So actually, this is a little better. But the wind still exerts its power.