barbeque joint ceiling, somewhere in Alabama

5 Aug

About a mile from where the Pea River merges with the Choctawhatchee, we found a little bbq joint. If you look up, this is what you’ll see.

bbqceiling

2 Responses to “barbeque joint ceiling, somewhere in Alabama”

  1. swimteamlifestyle August 5, 2014 at 15:25 #

    and if they ever repainted that ceiling, the barbecue would never be quite as good again…

    • Patricia August 5, 2014 at 15:36 #

      So. True.

      We had to take a stealth shot of it so they wouldn’t take it as criticism.

      But Yes. They obviously have their priorities straight because that barbecue is So Good.

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