Once again, my dreams took a hard turn into the weird. The one dominates my waking thinking.
There are six lanes of highway. I’m overlooking them with friends. One of these friends is Randy Moore. Randy and I served twenty years in the U.S.A.F. and were together at Onizuka Air Station, Sunnyvale, CA, in the early 1990s. He passed away from colon cancer the month of his sixtieth birthday.
He was alive and the Randy I knew in my dream. The six lanes of traffic have five ‘support lanes’. That’s the only way I can explain it. It’s a fast highway. But, while studying it, Randy and I (and others) realize there’s a huge gap in the road. Basically, it ends in a black chasm.
Then we realize we’re in an enormous cave. Then, we find, oh, wait, the highway continues on the other side of this chasm. The catch is, that’s several hundred yards away. That’s a helluva catch.
So we’re chatting, what a weird design, is it by design, what else could have caused this, and end by saying, “We should stop cars coming down because they can’t make it.” But we were also noting, “They see it. They’re stopping.”
But the driver of an old van guns his engine. Tires screaming, smoke billows out and the vehicle launches down the road into the dark sky. “He’s trying for it,” either Randy or I say.
“He’s not going to make it,” one of us say.
“Oh, wait…maybe it will.”
The van flies through the air like a scene from ‘The A-Team’. We watch.
“He’s not going to make it,” I declare. As I make the statement, a red Ferrari screams past.
“What the hell is he doing?” Randy asks.
I’m amused and appalled. “He’s trying to save the van.”
The Ferrari catches the van as both land on the other side. They bounce and skew sideways before slamming into the cavern wall in a ball of flame.
Randy and I begin wandering the cavern lanes. Examining the structure, we wonder, how will we ever get to the other side.