A report from my summer camp.
One of the drawbacks of living away from a very comfortable, fully equipped home is the laundry problem. I need to find a coin-op laundry to do my wash.
This week, I went to Quincy’s lone laundromat for the second time. While examining the filth around me as I waited for my clothes to dry, I decided it would be my last time.
I can’t understand how a laundromat can get so incredibly filthy. What are these people doing? How can they leave their trash around? How does the floor get so dirty? Doesn’t anyone take a rag over the tops of the washers? Ever?
Do you know how hard it is to fold sheets by yourself when you can’t let them touch the floor?
I spotted a laundromat in Wenatchee on Monday. It’s a long drive to do laundry, but I’ll do other things while I’m there. And it’s only once a week.