The Paper House

It's Day 55 of Neatorama reader Rich B.'s Great American Roadtrip, and here's where he is at: the Paper House in Pigeon Cove, Massachusetts.

Elis F. Stenman, with the assistance of his family, began the construction of the Paper House in 1922. For the next twenty years, the Stenmans layered and and pasted and rolled approximately 100,000 newspapers to use in the creation of their two-room dream home.

Links: The Paper Piano | Paper Fireplace inside the Paper House | Official Website - Thanks Rich!

I'm a know I'm a grammar nazi, but "here's where he's at" is horrible, horrible should be "here's where he is" or "this is where he is." I'd like to think I can expect more from an intelligent website.
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