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More than likely, Aragorn would have known most of this later history concerning the Wold.
Though none of it was mentioned in , Tolkien might have hinted at such a past when he wrote that beyond the reeds and hills, Frodo could see “away on the edge of sight a dark line, where marched the southernmost ranks of the Misty Mountains.” About the Photo It makes sense that a photo of the Brown Lands wouldn’t be very exciting.
While Treebeard focused upon the search for the Entwives, Tolkien, in a 1954 letter explained a bit of their fate.
The gardens were destroyed by Sauron’s scorched earth policy “and burned their land against the advance of the Allies down the Anduin” during the War of the Last Alliance.
In , we learn that around the same time, some of the Easternlings, commanded by the Enemy at Dol Guldur, attacked into Gondor with bands of Orcs.
The warring would continue for years until Eorl was killed fighting on the Wold.
Since we’re in the scattery days before Christmas and New Years, and things tend to get a bit fuzzy and lackadaisical, I thought it would be fun to break away from the story for a bit to talk about Yule, the winter-time celebration observed in The Shire.
Yule consisted of two days – the first and last day of the calendar.
This is along the Columbia River in central Washington.
The area where I’m standing is on the western side.