This painted sign is left over from the U-Turn shoot. "Jake McKenna" was Nick Nolte's character.
The green truck was in the movie, too. I think it was parked in about the same spot. Maybe its performance record is on the order of Whip It!'s.

I imagine this sign was probably put there for the film. But in the film, the deer still has a head on it.

On this windowfront I found a beautiful logo.
All I need to do is remove the apostrophe & I've got a new election slogan.
We listened to the U-Turn soundtrack for hours.

Early in the film, Sean Penn complains that it's only ten in the morning and, "It's gotta be 90 already."

Billy Bob Thornton replies, "It's 92."

Which is funny, cos only days earlier I was telling someone about the beginning of that Siouxsie and the Banshees song called 92 Degrees, where there's dialogue from a Ray Bradbury story that I think Alfred Hitchcock broadcast (called "Shopping for Death," based on Bradbury's short story, "Touched With Fire"):

"Did you know that more murders are committed at 92 degrees Fahrenheit than any other temperature? I read an article once. At lower temperatures, people are easy-going, over 92, it's too hot to move, but just 92, PEOPLE GET IRRITABLE!"

This did not make Superior seem like the place to spend much more time. It was a warm day. We headed down 177.