Monday Washing Lines – Milos in the Greek Islands

Welcome to my latest theme. Monday Washing Lines.

I am in the Greek Islands again this week on the island of Milos. I include this picture because of the attention to detail in the peg work…

It is almost a perfect 10 but if you look more closely what lets it down slightly is the unequal distribution of colours – eight red  and six green.  Seven of each would have been perfection.  This has led to a simple error because the red-green red-green red-green sequence is not carried  through along the whole length of the washing line.  A real pity that.

It is a Challenge. Do feel free to join in…

38 responses to “Monday Washing Lines – Milos in the Greek Islands

  1. bright colored pegs though amiss in distribution. overall, the red and green look cute! here is my contribution: https://lolawi.blog/2021/04/05/monday-washing-lines-7/

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  2. That is an interesting challenge! The person hanging the washing must have had some fun! 😊

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  4. Well, I am glad I don’t have to hang my laundry….
    Here is the one I found: https://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2021/04/05/washing-line-in-kotor-montenegro/

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  5. The Greeks, of course, pioneered the R-G-R-G-R pegging sequence. This is a good solid example but is spoilt by the wife’s excitement when she got to her husband’s trousers, and she reverted to the emergency sequence of GR-GR before running out of pegs.

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  7. That may not be the case, Andrew. Let’s assume the intention is that each item of clothing has 5 pegs in a RGRGR sequence. And then a rogue gust of wind has whipped away the first peg on the right hand item. That scenario would put the contender back in the 10 category surely?

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  8. Oooh, Andrew, you are picky! Happily, my washing lines today are far too distant for you to get all judgmental 😉 https://margaret21.com/2021/04/05/washing-lines-dont-have-to-be-picturesque/

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  9. Attention to detail with pegs OK! Here’s my minimal washing::

    Monday Washing Lines – Portugal

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  11. You are such a perfectionist, my friend 🙂

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  13. I’m glad you don’t check my washing line, Andrew!
    And I’ve gone legless for my washing offering this week: https://wp.me/p35cNK-pUj

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  15. Gosh you are picky! But I see what you mean, that second shirt was hung out in the wrong sequence. I don’t think my untidy line is going to appease you either: https://wp.me/pL5Ms-5GY

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  16. I like that it’s not perfect, but close to perfect!

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  17. If you’re ever coming my way, give me due warning as I shall have to make sure not to peg out any washing. Not only do I not colour sequence but mine are a mixture of plastic and wooden pegs!

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  18. I suggest also that the first green peg on the left is a slightly different shade. And the trousers should be in the middle. Am I getting the hang of this?

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  19. You pegged it, Andrew. 🙂

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  20. The imperfection is so cute.
    And Milos island is my favourite Cycladic island, i envy you a lot!

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  22. learninggreek

    Pegs should have been blue and white, just saying…

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