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National Bowling Stadium LbNA #53078

Owner:Got Sand! Contact
Plant date:Apr 14, 2010
Location: Reno Sports Complex
Found by: The Bee Boxers
Last found: Jul 12, 2015
Hike distance:Unknown
Last edited:Apr 14, 2010
This stamp is a tribute to our first visit to Reno, NV; we return every third year to participate in the National’s Bowling Tournament. Since starting this Tournament in 1995 we have since returned not only to bowl but to vacation and enjoy the beauty and scenery of what Reno and the surrounding areas have to offer. We love Reno and can’t wait until our next visit.

This is a 1 mile round trip hike, easy to moderate terrain, you will need a compass. Please be discreet, this trail is very busy and populated, Bring your own ink & pen, Please reseal and re-hide well.
Start your game at the Evans Canyon Trailhead located at the Reno Sports Complex.
Head to the Basque Monument, Take a reading of “Ishmael's self-claimed AVERAGE” follow this trail and cross the wooden LANE, continue to a decision point that resembles the geometric shape of a FULL PIN RACK, go the way of the SEVEN PIN, soon crossing two more wooden LANES and passing a FLINTSTONE BOWLING BALL, make your way to a wooden LANE crossing water, I would recommend staying dry and out of the gutter so go to the next wetland habitat area sign in the right gutter, here take a number of large steps (Strikes) that it would take to make a PERFECT GAME, you will see a large HEAD PIN on the left, find the Taj Mahal of Tenpins hiding beneath the rocks behind it.