my clothes line too. I
the way my clothes smell so fresh when they are dry.
Mine is at the top of a hill overlooking the ocean so it can get a bit windy. But I have to use the dryer maybe twice a year now so I don't care. It is my 10 mins of tranquility every day or so getting to hang out all the dipers & the rest of the washing & check out the view. On good days, I can get the washing dry in the time it takes to do the next load.
All my line is is an old piece of steel cable tied from one tree to another. I've got an old bit of kanuka with a groove in the top as a pole. What I do is hang out all the big bits & dd#2 hangs out the little bits as she can reach the middle of the line. Then I put the pole roughly in the middle & use it to prop the line up in the wind so the clothes dry quicker. If it is real windy, I don't prop them up or they fly off in the wind & end up in the next door field with the sheep. I also double peg them if it is real windy & once had even to treble peg the clothes to keep them on.