If you go far enough north in Maine - you tend to think of a place that's largely unspoiled, untouched by man.

That's not the case, though.

People have been calling the Maine woods home for thousands of years... and you can still see the ways they shaped the land.

In the Moosehead lake region, that includes old rail lines, crumbling brick chimneys and, if you head under water, the hulking remains of old steam boats.

And Ryan Robbins wants to tell their stories.