A most enjoyable and relaxing tales of roaming the Maine woodlands, Lawson begins with historical tales of flights out of the airport in Sanford where WWII pilots trained with water bombs found as he surveyed the heath. Commencing surveying in the early '60s, Lawson made notes of various tales he was told. Historical tales that he would later confirm, such as shapes for construction of new sailing vessels, King's Masts, and his purchase of compasses and chains used for surveying this land. He then adds in "hysterical tales" of his associates working with him, along with lawyers involved in his work. Lawson obtained deeds from Russia, Alaska, and the moon, among deeds and plans from many other countries, after a trip to Europe piqued his interest in foreign deeds.