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Moldy Dixie

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Anyone know where to get a good set of bones? i know it sounds like a dumb question, but not all bones sound the same
 
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Moldy Dixie

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no, Im playing them as bones. its kinda like spoons, but instead of hitting them against yer body, you hold one tight, and use a wrist flipping motion to make them strike eachother.
 

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The woods. There's a forest preserve in my town with a pretty sizable deer population, not uncommon to come across almost complete skeletons back there every once in awhile.
 

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Yeh, I second the woods. Not many deer around where I live but can normally find cats/foxes/squirells if you look hard enough.
 
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yup, we're constantly finding all kinds of skeletal remains while out on out hikes, me and me dogo......
 

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Look near highways...they usually leave the dead animals on the side...it takes time for decomp...this mite sound kinda raw but take a knife and gloves and get in there and pull em out...definitely get a shower and bleach the bones after...
 
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i see a ton of dead dogs n deer, I could get the ribs out, but getting a shower afterwards'd be a mite of a problem, as well as artificially bleaching the bones. also, i try not to carry a large enough knife to be useful in that situation. I could find one thats decomposed enough to just pick the ribs up though
 

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ymca/truck stop for a shower. using bleach will make them brittle. try dish soap and a tooth brush, then sitting in the sun for a day. maybe a little bit of bbleach wouldnt hurt but make sure to wash it off.
 

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Honestly you will find alot of bones along train tracks that you could imagine animals living near. if the tracks go through a secluded area or a forest, you can bet that you will find alot of animal bones. I used to walk my trolly tracks when I was younger and get trashbags full of animal bones. Just be safe and dont get a ticket like i did. lol dumbass
 
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