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      >I would kill for an outdoor line to dry clothes on. We aren’t

      >allowed to put one on the property (we rent a lot for our trailer).

      I’m not allowed to have one, either. I do have a rolling clothes

      rack. Mine breaks down to 4 pieces: 2 uprights, bottom cross piece

      with feet, and top cross piece. I have many times hung clothes on

      hangers and hung them out on the rack in front of my apartment. You

      could use the same idea with pipes, if you have someone that can work

      with pipes handy, but of clothes line size. A square for the top,

      with lines strung side to side. Then 4 uprights to hold it high

      enough, and a square for a base. I can even see this done with pvc

      pipes so it would be easy to carry. Just have the squares set

      together with pvc glue, drill holes to run the lines, and have the

      uprights removable to allow you to take the thing partially apart to

      store. I know my landlord grinned and told me I could get away with

      using the clothes rack, after all it isn’t a clothes line. Usually

      it’s the mowing issue is why the clothes lines are not allowed. They

      call catching someone at the neck with a line of some sort strung

      across the road “clothes lining” for a reason.

      Ann in Arkansas

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Budget101 Discussion List Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake