#1918: Washoops

Today’s invention is another alternative washing line.

This consists of a number of semicircular sections of hoops, attached to each other so that each semicircle can be rotated about the diameter and locked (forming something like a crankshaft).

This allows the line to run over a path, so people can walk underneath. Half-hoops set in the horizontal plane allow Pi/2 times as much washing line length than normal.

A section placed in a U orientation could even allow children to help by hanging up their own clothes.

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