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Terry Bulger has been bringing you stories of the people and places that make Tennessee unique and interesting on News4 since 1990. Contact Terry if you have an interesting community story for him to cover.

This Throwback Thursday story takes us back to 1992 for a re-visit to Roger Smith. He worked at the Duck River Electric Company and would read electrical meters in the town of Culleoka.

He noticed peach seeds and pits laying on the ground fallen from the Maury County peach trees, that's when he started to carve.

The carvings got him to the Smithsonian and the White House.

Watch the story and enjoy Roger's Way!

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