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Boromir had some trouble finding Rivendell.

Curious
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Jul 27 2012, 5:46am


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Boromir had some trouble finding Rivendell. [In reply to] Can't Post

I would imagine Faramir would have had an easier time of it.

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The Hobbit chapter 3: "A Short Rest" discussion pt.1 Finding Frodo Send a private message to Finding Frodo Jul 26 2012, 3:44am
    "the smell of the pine-trees made him drowsy" SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Jul 26 2012, 3:55am
    Thoughts. Curious Send a private message to Curious Jul 26 2012, 11:00am
    I can't stay away from these discussions. DesiringDragons Send a private message to DesiringDragons Jul 26 2012, 2:11pm
        Don't! sador Send a private message to sador Jul 26 2012, 3:23pm
            It's from Tolkien's illustrations for The Hobbit.// Curious Send a private message to Curious Jul 26 2012, 3:57pm
            Thank you! DesiringDragons Send a private message to DesiringDragons Jul 26 2012, 5:29pm
        I usually like Tolkien's illustrations best, but in this rare case Naismith Curious Send a private message to Curious Jul 26 2012, 3:58pm
            Can't say I agree, although his technical facility is excellent as usual squire Send a private message to squire Jul 26 2012, 5:15pm
                You make some great points. Curious Send a private message to Curious Jul 26 2012, 6:13pm
                I find it hard to compare Nasmith and Tolkien Escapist Send a private message to Escapist Jul 26 2012, 10:40pm
                    And it's not as if the painting lacks drama SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Jul 26 2012, 11:30pm
                Where would a hobbit rather live? CuriousG Send a private message to CuriousG Jul 30 2012, 5:06pm
            I'll leave the fine details of the art discussion to those... DesiringDragons Send a private message to DesiringDragons Jul 26 2012, 5:24pm
                *watercolor, not drawing // DesiringDragons Send a private message to DesiringDragons Jul 27 2012, 1:16pm
    Short answers sador Send a private message to sador Jul 26 2012, 3:30pm
        Sam, who's master was Frodo Escapist Send a private message to Escapist Jul 26 2012, 3:55pm
        Ah, that's it. Curious Send a private message to Curious Jul 26 2012, 4:07pm
        Oh yes, Sam! DesiringDragons Send a private message to DesiringDragons Jul 26 2012, 6:18pm
    time flies when you are having fun Escapist Send a private message to Escapist Jul 26 2012, 3:53pm
        I meant Gandalf "entering Moria" - not "enduring Moria" Escapist Send a private message to Escapist Jul 26 2012, 4:12pm
            It makes sense either way SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Jul 26 2012, 5:45pm
        It may not be too surprising dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jul 27 2012, 2:46am
            Boromir had some trouble finding Rivendell. Curious Send a private message to Curious Jul 27 2012, 5:46am
                Considering which of those two dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jul 27 2012, 10:56am
    Rivendell and Lauterbrunnen: an old link of EoPW's dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jul 27 2012, 2:52am
        Thanks for the link Finding Frodo Send a private message to Finding Frodo Jul 28 2012, 3:46am

 
 
 

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