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Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wolfstang » Sun Mar 27, 2016 9:57 pm

So after last night's game, yeah I need to haha! Haven't actually tried to seriously furbowl in a good while. Can you actually do that!? But yeah. At our last few furbowls I'd been too distracted and had to much on my mind to really focus on what I was doing. Last year when I had my game on of sorts I think my best game in fullsuit with paws on was like a 124 or 127. I can't come close to that to save my furry bumm now if I had to. I wanna change that. Even more so with Freomonts new trophy series of sorts haha!

So not sure when. Some of us talked a little about this aready there at Fremont. But yeah when a few of us can, I wanna go do some furbowling. Unless someone beats me to another location and such, I'm ganna ask my local alley if I can come back. I already furbowled there at a party and they loved me. It's a smaller facility, but a nice one like Fremont's.

This week is ganna be busy for me since I'll be getting ready to head out of town, but maybe towards the end of next week I might start asking around. This is kinda an open invatation, but this ain't ganna be a big social meet. I honesty want to get some good time in bowling in suit.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Stev0 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:27 pm

Yeah I'd be game...I need to practice as well.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wilshire » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:43 pm

Keep me up to date, I'm always interested in more practice.

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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by VarekWolf » Mon Mar 28, 2016 12:19 am

Definitely interested...will soon need the practice! First week of April is kinda iffy for me though due to some family matters I need to see to. Anytime after that ought to be ok.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by avaloncruz » Mon Mar 28, 2016 1:28 pm

I'm down. Heh, now that Freemont's back, if we get one more going and we can basically FB every weekend of the month. Lol.

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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wolfstang » Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:31 pm

avaloncruz wrote:I'm down. Heh, now that Freemont's back, if we get one more going and we can basically FB every weekend of the month. Lol.
Nothing wrong with that!
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wolfstang » Wed Apr 06, 2016 8:48 pm

Forgot my sister and her family are ganna be here in town longer than I was remembering (which is good haha) but I just can't do much right now. But still wanna do this.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wolfstang » Sun Apr 10, 2016 9:23 am

Like I said above, but maybe we can still do this one evening this week.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wilshire » Sun Apr 10, 2016 9:53 am

I'm sure I could find an excuse to meet up after work as long as it's late enough for me to have time to get wherever we're going.

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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by BZgamer1147 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:09 am

Wolfstang wrote:Like I said above, but maybe we can still do this one evening this week.
Where would the practice be at?

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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Stev0 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:03 pm

I'd imagine we would probably go to fireside. After work.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by BZgamer1147 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:07 pm

Stev0 wrote:I'd imagine we would probably go to fireside. After work.
Oh cool, Fireside! :D And what time would that be your you guys?

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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Stev0 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 1:15 pm

For me it would definitely be after 5 as I normally do not get out of the office till 5:30. I could be there realistically 6:30 or so.
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Wolfstang » Sun Apr 10, 2016 3:17 pm

Just talked with Fireside Lanes and two other alleys in the area and they all say the same thing. They say they pretty much have leagues playing all weekdays from 6:30PM - 9pm. So that ain't ganna work for us. Maybe we can do this another time during the weekend? Bummer ville!
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Re: Furbowling Practice

Unread post by Stev0 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 3:57 pm

Yeah I talked to my dad he used be part of a league... that's pretty typical. Yeah bummer indeed.
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