Since we vacationed in Maine back in the 1970's, why not have Roland Chesley cut a puzzle of a map of Maine, in this case a common road map available at service stations? Not only did working this puzzle familiarize the entire family with Maine’s towns, roads and features, but also impressed upon us the large size of the sparsely populated upper section, if only because it was so difficult to assemble with few roads and towns! Intricately cut maps of places which the assemblers have visited, especially pictorial maps, make terrific puzzles. Sequel: this puzzle was severely damaged by water at our Western Maine vacation home. I hope to attempt restoration some day but it will be a mammoth job requiring reglueing the separated ply layers and sanding most pieces to fit. Unfortunately, the water also stained some of the pieces. The puzzle will never again look like this picture.