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From: Sid Miller (sidmill_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Mar 11 2004 - 12:06:01 PST

A nice ant hill and a bit of time is the best way. You can use bleach
but it requires a lot of scraping and soaking. Sid

clarkda wrote:

> Well, I now see how this is done currently (posting to the
> list). Anyway, I would like to respond to the discussion about
> BONES. My first thought is I have a wonderful butcher just twenty
> minutes away who would probably give me some bones. I am so glad
> that this topic was initiated because I have a nice O'Keefe lesson I
> wanted touse, but for some reason the butcher just did not come to
> mind till you jogged my memory. I do have a question for you all.
> Regarding CLEANING THE BONES for use: I read quite a while back about
> how this is done. Anyone want to give me a quick reminder? Bleach?
> Sunshine? That is all that comes to mind as of now. Thanks,Donna
> PierceClark
> "....weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.
> Ps30:5"---