Last night I had the strangest dream.
I was participating in some sort of multi-day dinghy sailing event that was being held in a different venue each day.
All of the sailors were staying in some big, rambling house.
I was sailing a two-man dinghy. I was the crew. That's pretty strange to start with.
Every day before sailing we had to write an essay about our strategy for the day.
My skipper and I had done pretty well on the first day of the regatta.
On the second day we were due to sail the Queque.
As far as I could gather the Queque was a long winding lake, or perhaps a river.
There were charts of all the sailing venues for the regatta on the walls of the house but I couldn't find a chart of the Queque.
On the morning of the day scheduled for the racing on the Queque I had to leave the house to attend to some personal business, and I was late for the essay writing "exam."
I rushed in with only a few minutes to write my essay and I didn't know what to write about the Queque.
All I could remember was that my skipper had told me that we should "stay in the hoo."
What does this all mean?
In the dream I seemed to think that Queque was some kind of native American place name. But I googled "queque" this morning and discovered that this is a queque.