2. I can't recall when I had this dream, but I imagine the dream occurred between 1984 and 1988 (my high school years). I remember being on the cliffs that sit just below our house, and I got on my surfboard, which was sitting at the top of a dark tunnel. The tunnel had a single rut or track running down the length of it...this was a slot where the skeg of my surfboard would go. I jumped on the board and plunged down through the tunnel gaining speed until I shot out the end of the tunnel and starting skimming across the surface of a wave at Upper Indicators (the surf break down below where I surfed regularly at the time). I had such speed that I surfed the wave all the way along the shore down to its terminus in Bluff Cove.
3. This next dream was associated with the most peaceful, restful morning time sleep I can ever remember having. I think this also occurred during my high school years. The dream consisted of a flat, white, completely unwrinkled sheet and a smooth, round, white pea or marble. The marble was not shiny or cold...it seemed to have the same texture as the featureless white background material upon which it sat. Then, the sheet would spontaneously wrinkle itself slightly near its center, causing the pea to meander. The sheet would partially smooth itself out before transforming into a new wrinkle formation, pushing the pea in perpetually new directions. This seemed to go on and on, but it never became boring; a peacefulness and satisfaction came from this dreaming experience. I remember waking up gently from the dream, without regretting that the dream was over, but just thinking what a restful and wonderful sleep it had been.