In the first dream, I was on the edge of town. 'On the edge of' has some important symbolism in this dream. I was also at the edge of a stranger's home. Discussing something with this individual, I turned and noticed a small group of coyotes across the street (which had nothing else on it but bush and trees). I continued to hold a conversation with the unknown individual, turning to check from time to time. Each time the coyotes were circling closer then going back toward the edge of the bush, until one was actually walking into the street.
I work part-time on the far south side of Austin. At the time there was not a whole lot in this particular area. Even still there is not a lot, although suburban sprawl continues its slow expansion outward. The day after the dream, on the way to work, as I made the long curve around the southern end of Mopac, I saw a coyote sitting on the edge of the road (also marking the edge of Austin City Limits) deceased. It bares mentioning that I have a working relationship of sorts with these animals: once or twice a week or so I will hear them yelping and running about in one large hysterical pack mere yards away from where I am at 10pm at night wandering alone at work closing down the tennis facility surrounded by trees and empty sky.
The second dream took place within a sunny suburban landscape. Imagine a beach but interwoven with concrete instead of sand. There must have been a flood or encroaching tide. Areas of lower-lying parking lots, spillways or other urban landscape were filled with deep, calm water. I, along with my brother and another individual, milled about trying to explore the area and examine the waters. But we were weary of putting in our limbs or getting too deep. Apparently they were full of sharks.