I had been visiting this Alley in Moore, since moving to Okla. back in the mid 70's. It was a symbol of 1st attempts at competition, and happy childhoods. Ironically, it was one of the first, almost unrecognizable, sights I saw after emerging from another of the destroyed structures in a connecting parking lot, shortly after the May 20th tornado of 2013 swept through our sleepy lil' hamlet. While towing my battered auto after the dust settled weeks later, I acquired, (from the clean up crews,) some bowling paraphernalia to donate to a dear friend in Nowata, Oklahoma. He makes extensive yard art centering around the bowling hobby. He promptly designed a dedication to the lives lost that day. If anyone else is missing these hallowed grounds besides me, check out his museum-like acreage and art in North East Oklahoma, not far off the path that is Rt. 66. If you can't make it up there the local paper ran a story about the generous gesture, or you can even read about it in the prologue/update of an un-related book I was working on at the time. Blessings to all affected.
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