Grammy's Berries (clouds winter agriculture archeology barns flowers ). Photo by infocus2
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Grammy's Berries

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Friday February 28, 2014

Middleborough, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

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14. infocus2
9:00 AM GMT on May 18, 2014
Thanks Peter and Peg. Yes, it is a lot of fun to remember. My grandmother's basement had a furnace that looked like a huge, metalic octopus. So, being down in the basement with her, and hanging up the clothes when she was done using that wringer washer -- the whole experience is still pretty vivid in my mind too! We'd have to go into the large furnace room to hang the clothes with clothes pins on the clothes-lines she had hanging up high. I'm telling you, it was scarey! Once I read Edgar Allen Poe, it was really a nightmare for me to go down there! But I'd have to be brave and help her!
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13. pegpics
1:03 PM GMT on May 17, 2014
Mom had a wringer washer. I'd sit fascinated watching her wring the clothes, while listening to 'Queen For a Day' on the radio!!!...thanks for the fond memories!
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12. Cowgazer
8:17 AM GMT on May 17, 2014
Neat use of an old wash tub, yes we had one of those wringers on the washing machine I was kept well away as I had (have) a reputation for messing with things. Didn't stop me getting stuck in a hand powered mangle in the cellar though, if there was mischief to be done I had my hand in it, quite literally in this case. Thanks for reminding me of these things.
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11. infocus2
3:14 AM GMT on May 12, 2014
Thanks for your kind comments LaVerna! And I moan and groan about doing laundry with today's new machines! It puts me to shame when I compare myself to my hard working mother, grandmothers, etc.!
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10. wildwoodfarm
8:15 AM GMT on May 07, 2014
I argue about the blue knob, Carl... :) If I remember right, you pulled the blue knob to start the agitator...?
And yeah, I got my fingers caught a time or two myself!
Thanks for sharing memories, Mary Ann!
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9. infocus2
5:03 AM GMT on May 07, 2014
Thanks for your kind comments Shirley and Wilma! Yes there are some beautiful woods all around here! I have fond memories of my Grandmother using a "wringer washing machine" but she wouldn't allow me to do it. Almost everyone I've talked to who've used one say they got their hand stuck in there, or their hand up to their elbow stuck in there and had to try to pry it out when they were usually all alone doing the wash! Had to unplug it and put it in reverse or something! Sounds like a nightmare. It must have been worth it to them though, to use this "automatic" machine instead of hand-washing & using a scrub board! Geesh!
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8. Kennebunker
12:37 AM GMT on May 07, 2014
Very colorful, Mary Ann. I remember trips to Middleborough as a child - beautiful woods to walk through.
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7. WeatherWise
12:31 AM GMT on May 07, 2014
What a neat find! Thanks for sharing the memories! Look like my mother's first washing machine, too.
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6. infocus2
6:24 PM GMT on March 01, 2014
Thanks so much Dave and Carl for taking the time to give feedback!!
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5. funhawg
6:21 PM GMT on March 01, 2014
The blue knob at the bottom pulled out to allow the water to drain into a bucket, i doubt if Duane ever did laundry:)
Nice Shot!
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4. WurzelDave
6:21 PM GMT on March 01, 2014
Lovely shot, nice plant 'pot'.
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3. infocus2
6:05 PM GMT on March 01, 2014
Thanks for taking the time to give me feedback Duane and wild wood farm!
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2. wildwoodfarm
2:53 PM GMT on March 01, 2014
This is so cute! :)
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1. RenoSoHill
2:49 PM GMT on March 01, 2014
The best use of the old wringer machine - got my fingers caught a few times....(oops, my age is showing)
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I'm a self-taught photographer and prefer the non-automatic 35mm cameras, have a Nikon, and use the highest quality slide film to get the clearest, most colorful photographs possible. ---Now I'm camera shopping for a high quality automatic digital -- and presently am using an older digital automatic I bought for indoor candids of family, animals, etc. This digital is an older model--and I'm learning what I can to go forward in the digital world!.........[Copyright Information: All rights reserved © WegerCreativeArtist@gmail.com Duplication is not permitted without written permission by artist. Requests by e-mail will be answered by a signed letter sent by U.S. Mail only.]Mary Ann Weger

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