Water water everywhere

So the Seattle snow-pocalypse seems to be over, but the rain is rather heavy by local standards. Coming from Florida, the NW winter rains never seem that heavy, just incessant.

Living in a small apartment, I have to be careful how much water I bring inside with me. If I had a garage, I could just leave all the wet there. But since everything has to fit inside, I developed a system.

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Wet bike goes on the wall hanger, all wet clothes hang on the bike. Shoes, socks, bag, and gloves go on the bamboo mat below. Then I put the floor fan on high to dry it all out.

Everything is usually dry in about 8-12hrs, and the cool air is better for the technical apparel than a clothes dryer (which I don’t have anyways).


Reminds me of the [day the sky fell down in Seattle](http://bikehugger.com/2007/12/the_sky_fell_down_in_seattle.htm). Also please commuters, don’t ride through puddles.

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