Most of us have a family heirloom or two around to connect us with our ancestors. The fellow you're about to meet has assembled an entire village to keep him connected to his rural West Tennessee root. And it's a place he loves to share, as Susan Watson found out in her trip there.
Susan Watson has been involved with Tennessee Crossroads, both behind and in front of the camera, since 1988. A Middle Tennessee native, Watson studied Spanish in high school and became interested in Mexican culture. She occasionally traveled to Mexico to teach English to middle-school children.