My family and I were traveling to my husband's dad and step mom's house at the lake. When we got there we were surprised that the rest of his family wasn't coming. Josh (husband) decided to leave with the kids and come back later. I stayed then everyone showed up and we got in the boat on the water. I was thinking to myself they shouldn't have left. Immediately I'm in another place with Katelyn (sister) and Nana (mother's mother) and we are trying to put together a house. The end of the house is made of folding glass panels and we are trying to open them up and get the house closed up. Some of them are so short it's awkward. That's all I can remember.
I was walking by myself in what seemed like a military base in a desert type climate. Sandy roads, concrete buildings, etc. All of the sudden, a group of guys asked me to play disc (frisbee) golf with them. I agreed and they asked me to go ahead and throw first shot. I remembered that the hole was 6,437 feet slightly uphill and to the right (in real life, this would be an impossibly long hole. Pretty much the length of a full 18 hole course). I threw a forehand shot (with my favorite disc in real life), only I was shocked to notice almost immediately that I had thrown it upside down, causing it to go the opposite direction that I intended. It went straight into a canal/river of sorts off to the left. I ran after it in hopes to retrieve it, but the water was very treacherous. It felt as though if I ended up falling in, I would certainly die. The water was that intense. So I did not jump in after it. The disc started to get close and I reached for it but it was just out of reach. It continued to quickly float back behind us and I ran after it to see if it would get a bit closer. It went through a short tunnel and I waited for it on the other side. Once I caught a glimpse of it I noticed something in the water emerge into sight. It appeared at first as if a torpedo was being fired. Upon closer look it was more like a submarine. But it was on a type of underwater railroad system. When I looked closer, it was as if I was now under the water, able to view everything more clearly. The underwater submarine railroad system was very impressive. I had the feelings of, "wow this whole system is just right here and no one had any idea!" It felt powerful.