water shed

I remember a couple of maybe adjacent settings from last night:

  • the first one being quite distinctive: it was in a small park in a familiar city on a sunny afternoon, with buildings nearby to the south and west at least, and large trees with open grassy areas; sitting on the park lawn was a small shed (about 6′ square in plan and I guess about 7′ high, with a shallow lean-to roof) made of transparent plastic, filled up to all but about 1′ from the top with warm water that was being aerated in one corner, like an aquarium. And I was inside of it, just chillin’, with my bathing suit on. It was pleasant except that there wasn’t quite enough headroom (I kept my head above the water) to avoid bending my head. But it was sunny and warm and relaxing. Other people might have been walking by.
  • In perhaps even the building directly to the west, at another point but also on the sunny afternoon, the ground floor was occupied by a place that seemed to be maybe (from the atmosphere I recall, which has grown vague) be a pool and a library at the same time. Both the foyer in the northeast (toward maybe the park with the water shed) and the west side of the one large room (although the entry area was narrower than the pool part to the south) were fairly fully glazed with nice wood mullions, and the sun was streaming in from the west, all the way through and out the front glazing into the park. The north end of the room, though, just next to the entry area and the front desk, was darker since there were no windows to the north. The place was full of people enjoying the pool and maybe reading, I guess.

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