We weren't allowed to take pictures inside, but there were a lot of household items that were commonly used during that time, like a light that held a reed dipped in wax, which was cheaper than a candle. There was also a kitchen sink that had a wide spout that would lead outside the house for dirty water to drain out of.
Then we drove around the cute town, saw the pretty shore, and then meandered through the neighborhoods of quaint Colonial homes.
And then we saw it—a monstrosity of metal. In the midst of all the light, tall, square houses was a dark metal round… thing. We finally decided it was a house, but it was very long and almost looked submarine-ish. We passed it and talked about it for a bit and then decided we just had to turn back around to take pictures! I very much would love to know the story behind this house. Or whatever it is.