The days of using actually clocks are winding down, but there are still many people like Kathie and Steve Fuston who appreciate clocks for the intricate, beautiful devices that they are.Tennessee Crossroads went to their home in Columbia, TN to meet them and to get a look at their wonderful collection of clocks. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television’s Tennessee Crossroads.
You ask someone to tell you the time and they're likely to look at the cell phone or computer. The days of using actually clocks are winding down. But there are still many people, Kathie and Steve Fuston (pronounced like Houston) who appreciate clocks for the intricate, beautiful devices they are. Rob Wilds recently went to their home in Columbia to meet them and to get a look at their wonderful collection of clocks.
The Clock Exhibit at the Polk Home in Columbia has been changed to another exhibit. Please visit the Polk Home web site to see what is currently on exhibit. http://www.jameskpolk.com
Rob Wilds has been a part of the Tennessee Crossroads family since 1993. As one of our most frequent producers, and the recipient of several journalism awards throughout his various careers, Rob finds that the best reward for his work is meeting the fascinating people and visiting the interesting places he encounters in his travels. A presence in television, radio and print reporter for more than 20 years, Rob is a teacher, writer, producer and director as well as an actor (with appearances in feature films, television shows and on stage).