I do indeed like doing puzzles, but they often come to the same conclusion. I quickly assemble the edges (Sheldon Cooper would be so proud), and sort the sky, sky and land, and land parts. Then I assemble the edges where the sky and land meet. Then I fill in the land parts.
Then I am left with the sky.
The Blue sky.
As you can see, I might have left the daunting part for last. Actually, there is no "might" about it. I have left the most daunting part last. If not for clouds and sky gradation, I would have to try each piece in each part. No, that's not true. I would have to try half the parts (the vertical versus the horizontal parts) in each spot.
As for this puzzle, also another dollar store find, it was of much better quality than the last one. It was a little more challenging to assemble, but that is probably a good thing. I also appreciated being able to use the box bottom as a sorting tray--something I was not able to do in the last puzzle.
I think this is my last puzzle for the foreseeable future--but who knows.