Time Required: A long weekend (3 days)
Difficulty: Moderate

Unable to decide whether to build a new bowling alley or a new dock for their cottage property, Andrew and Kevin decide to do both, combining two ideas into one. The Browling Alley is a fixed wooden boat dock that also doubles as a ten-pin bowling lane, complete with gutters, a mechanical pinsetter, and a ball return system.

Project Steps

Step 7

The ball return proved a bit more difficult until Walker suggested the idea of a tray system to lift up the balls and get them out and back down into the gutter. If you can’t get your balls up, around, and back to where they started from then you might have to be content with a nice dock as seen in Step 4.


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