Piece by piece, Frank Gehry's 1987 guesthouse was moved from a hilltop overlooking Lake Minnetonka,
a Sunday story notes, to a pretty patch of land in Owatonna.
That land is owned by the University of St. Thomas, which created this video documenting the process. The action starts at 6:20.
"It was built in pieces, we oughta be able to move it in pieces."
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