Jim Foster admits he watches the clock at work.
But it’s not a means of killing time, because time is his business.
Restoring timepieces of old is a fun hobby for Foster and his wife, Becky. It’s also business.
“It’s value, in my opinion, is really a historical value and an admiration of design ...” Foster said.
At work at his shop, aptly named Your Time, he delves into the intricacies of clockwork, their dark stained curves hiding delicate innerworkings so small it takes a microscope to see.