Hobbits sometimes meet dwarves, menfolk or even ellufs. Them meetings can be a bit awkward and then some, but here are ways around that. Especially if yer sing a Grand Hobbity Song!
I have ended up in some damp places lately. And I hate bathing sulks. Still, a warden always loves an opportunity ter pose with her shield, so there’s something!
The floor shakes, the inn quakes, and the audience gasps fer air. It can only be the Bywater Bouncing Song!
Heroic sheepdogs deserve more than one song. So here is another tune about that scrawny rascal Ruff! And there may be more to come!
Needlehole. Near the Shire borders. Visited by travelling dwarves going to and from the Blue Mountains. A good place to visit if one is to learn more about the relationship between hobbits and the other races. Welcome to the seventh hobbit historical field trip!
Going ter sleep can be hard fer any hobbit, especially if he or she haven’t had supper yet. Even then, there are hazards, I say. Dangers! Eek!! So here’s a little song about that!
Last night was Archet Aid, the solidarity concert for them struggling fellers in the village of Archet! Here yer can find some information and pictures, including the lyrics to “Lovely Archet Dale”
So I did make a video of Far over Misty Mountains cold, which has become one of the most-seen videos on this burrow. I may have mentioned to some I would put up a post about how the video was made? So here it is!