Monday, April 30, 2018

Off the Top Barber Shop



This is Joel.  Joel is the owner/operator of Off the Top Barber shop on Ocala's east side, and has been in business there for about 39 years.  He has a dedicated group of customers and rightly so, for Joel has a wonderful personality, a good sense of humor, and makes hair cutting a nice experience.


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16 comments:

Andy said...

Amusing and truthful name for the shop. ;-)

Karl Demetz said...

A friendly looking man, nice to meet you, Joel !

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Um simpático barbeiro.
Um abra├žo e boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Livros-Autografados

Tom said...

...my top has been off for years.

Taken For Granted said...

What great name for a barber shop. Fun photos today.

William Kendall said...

That looks like a proper barber shop. I've been shaving my head long enough now that I have no idea what the price of a haircut would be anymore.

Cloudia said...

Great little view of a great little place!

bill burke said...

What a great name for his barbershop.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

He looks like he loves his job!

Kay said...

Uhm...what if you want it off the sides? Does he do that, too? DH's top can be trimmed with two or three clips and be done, if you know what I mean.

RedPat said...

People are loyal to their barbers!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Barbers contribute so much to a community. This guy has a great smile.

Janis
GDP

Michelle said...

He has a great smile and I like the name of his shop!

magiceye said...

Always great to have a happy barber. Grumpy ones are scary!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Joe must be good, and he obviously loves his job!

JEN Garrett said...

We have a barber like that in our town! Loyal customers who are so regular they don't even have to ask anymore. And outside is "the bench" where men sit and swap tales. When women talk it's gossip, but when men talk it's tales.

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