The main thing I remember from last night is being at home in NH and noticing for seemingly the first time that there was a large hill just to the northeast, or at least I hadn’t really looked at it closely before. I observed that the slope facing us was covered by sparse woods, so that one would get a good view back toward the house if one hiked up there. Furthermore there was a power line clearing going direct from the house up the slope, to the left of the peak of the hill, and it passed through the falls of a stream or river; the rocks of the falls were a ruddy stone. Upon checking the falls out through binoculars, I discovered that a bunch of people were hanging out there. The falls contained a cascade of pools, only about 5′ vertically separated from each other at maximum, so that it wasn’t a huge deal if someone slipped down from one pool to the next one below it, which I had been slightly worried about at first. I wanted to head up to the falls and check it out, particularly to see what the view back toward the house was like from up there.
At some point I walked north along the road past the hill to where it became the main street of a village, with storefront buildings on each side and a wide linear-park median between the lanes of the street. Within this median, near its south end, was an elevated area (about a story up from the surrounding grade) with a large number of fancy, maybe marble, possibly gold-edged, steps leading up to it on the south side, and there was a seat like a throne at the top of the steps. I think some youths were horsing around on the steps and the throne. At first I had thought the steps led up the hill, but my brain changed that quickly. It was evening twilight at that point, with the daylight centered north of northwest as if at a far northern latitude in summer. Dusk arrived as I hung around the southern end of the park talking with some friends or acquaintances, just north of a tall tree, seemingly up on another elevated area or platform. The street lights seemed to be reflecting off the ground quite a bit as after a rain, but out to the southwest, back toward the house, it was very dark.