Marvelous photos. Tx for pointing them out.
Rusty wrote: I remember a great restaurant just a little ways out of Tuscon, our local guy took me my first business trip there. Restaurants have a pretty short shelf life; it may no longer be around.
When you walked from the parking lot to the front door you passed a row of 55-gal drums split in half and used as bar-b-que "pits" (mesquite on the coals). The menu in this place was real simple - there wasn't one. You had a choice of steak or chicken; all you had to decide was how big a serving you wanted.
The tables were picnic-bench style and they were pre-loaded with condiments, big bowls of baked beans and platters of corn on the cob.
We had a job going that brought me back to Tuscon 5 times over the next 18 months -- I insisted on going back to that restaurant at least once each trip. I'm sure this was all heart-healthy stuff, and it sure was good.
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