Abandoned Bowling Alleys

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Abandoned Bowling Alleys

Postby nichols » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:44 pm

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Postby Slim and Gabby » Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:15 pm


The one listed as San Francisco looks just like the one I went to growing up....in the Bay Area. But I know it is now...WHOLE FOODS?

I liked the six laner military one. Slim and I were lucky enough to see the single lane bowling alley at the now defunct New Almaden radar station in the hills above San Jose. We'd always thought it was the stuff of urban legend. Nope-the real deal.

Now why is it that bowling is so creepy?
I like it!

Pen-gu-ins is pracatically chickinz, and I hates to see chickinz cry so much, I has to put’em outta ther mizzery!

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