Washing sheets in winter is a pain in the patookus if you don't use a dryer. That's because there's limited places one can drape an entire sheet to dry. Generally I can't wash more than one person's sheets at a time simply from lack of drying space (I use the stair banister but it won't hold more than two folded-in-quarters sheets at once).
So today I decided to take advantage of the unbelievably mild winter we're having and hang everyone's sheets on the clothes line. Imagine that - hanging laundry in February! It's sunny and 40 degrees and a little breezy, so I expect the sheets will be dry by evening.
Here's our neighbor's horses taking advantage of the sun. What looks like a pile of carcasses is several horses lying stretched out full-length in the sun.