My Country Life
Is that a crusher they are going into? Happy WW
OMG!!! I hope my clothes dryer never dies ... I can't live without it.Come over and have a look at my WHEELS OF LIFE!!! do bring some friends along.
good question. don't they take parts out or anything? well, probably nothing worth saving.
I really don't know what they did with the dryer from that point on. We had taken a whole load of junk on the trailer, and once the dryer was disposed of, we took our money ($160) and went home.
To the BIG clothes dryer heaven at the scrapyard?
Since I know how much I use mine I know they live such long hardworking lives that they probably appreciate the smaller home where less is expected of them.
Where do they go? ;) Happy WW!
Aww, poor clothes dryer. Rest in peace knowing you never have to deal with that band of Jeans brothers that come in from the pool soaking wet and just plop themselves down. And expect YOU to dry them off. Nosiree, your job is complete! Happy WW
Yeah, where did they go?
great action shots.
HAHA... At least you got 160 out of cleaning. I wish I got got paid when I cleaned.
Oh! It's horrible! Go back and get it. :-(
What a handy machine to have around. I wish I could get rid of my junk that easy.
Your dryer will be surely missed, not that $160 could buy you almost a brand new one.Great shots.Happy WW!
It reminds me of the opening scene to 'Vacation' when Clark goes to pick up the new car and they crush his old car like a pancake LOL
Aaaawww... Poor thing... LOLThanks for visiting! Happy WW! :-)
Aw - poor thing. Maybe it will be made into something even better someday...
Oh, I remember when we took my mother's old avocado green washer & dryer to the dump. Hubby said, "Don't look," but I did, of course. They flew off the back of the pick-up, springs flying and went crashing. It was kinda sad, but they were on their way to being recycled, so that was good.Thanks for stopping by Colloquium. Don't be a stranger!
Yikes! That is one big claw!
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