Sometimes I become obsessed with an idea or more accurately fascinated by it, and one of those things is hanging laundry out to dry. In Singapore at least, one of the first things I noticed is that most people live in a highrise of some sort and there are just a zillion highrises everywhere, and out of the apartments of those highrises hang loads and loads of laundry, which brings me to my fascinating point:
The same sun that tans the skin of the party girls in Bali, and fades the bikinis for sale in San Diego, and bleaches my hard wood floors back in Minneapolis is drying the clothing of millions if not billions of people all around the world. Trippy huh? The sun.
So why hasn't the U.S. picked up on the availability of this free clothes drying service?