Here's the issue. Other than the fence, there is no other piece of wood to stick any clothesline to. The entire house is stucco. I have very little money, and there's no way I can do anything permanent like building my own post & sinking it into the ground with cement. Well, depending on cost, I can build my own post, just not the cement part.
I thought about just going from one fence end to the other, but that is a really LONG swath for a clothesline to go between without any additional support. That and I don't want to put that much stress on the fences. No need to have them fall down. Although, that would be a funny story.
Those drying racks, other than for diapers, are useless. I tried to dry my clothes on it once and there just isn't enough space between the rails to really dry them. And they are not tall enough for pants! Not to mention how few clothes fit on it.
Anyone have any idea how I can set up a clothes line that's not permanent, can dry a huge (or regular) load of clothing at once, and is inexpensive to set up? Am I asking way too much here?