Wal-Mart didn’t seem to have one. Campbell’s True Value didn’t have one. Eventually I managed to find one at Irving’s, though I was informed that once those in stock are gone they will no longer be carrying the map-book.
For anyone who enjoys traveling and exploring, a state atlas is a stupendous tool. Not only is it a detailed map-book, it also lists recreation areas, locations for family outings, campgrounds, unique natural features, locations for outdoor adventures, and a list of lakes and rivers for fishing and what might be caught there.
The gazetteer cost me $19.95 plus tax, which is a fair chunk of money to me, as pitifully poor as I am, but a worthy sacrifice.
Wherever I go, my Maine Atlas goes with me.