Entrepreneurship at its finest:
Appears to be a green, broad marker on bright yellow construction paper or poster board… That’s a pretty well-stocked store, for a town of about 12 people, tops. Maybe they get a lot of tourists passing through.
You remember the map Kevin Bacon rips off the wall of Chang’s store?
“This valley is just one long smorgasbord!”
I thought this might have been based on a real map, just retouched through some old-school cut & paste. It seems awfully busy to have been drawn from scratch for a couple shots less than a second long. I Google searched a couple of the unusual place names (Zumwalt Meadow) and managed to confirm that this is a real location. The location is the Cedar Grove area of Kings Canyon National Park, in California.
But what was the exact version of the map used for Perfection Valley?
Continue reading “Tremors: Map of Perfection Found!”
As we learn later, MSU is “Mesa State University.”
Seen briefly inside Chang’s:
I think this is a retouched but real map of a national park. I’m pursuing a lead right now, an item is in the mail. I’ll let you know how it pans out.