On they went, leading their ponies, till they were brought to a good path and so at last to the very brink of the river. It was flowing fast and noisily, as mountain-streams do of a summer evening, when sun has been all day on the snow far up above. There was only a narrow bridge of stone, without a parapet, as narrow as a pony could well walk on; and over they had to go, slow and careful, one by one, each leading his pony by the bridle. The elves had brought bright lanterns to the shore, and they sang a merry song as the party went across.
The Hobbit, Chapter 3
The Bridge To Rivendell, by Jennifer Ofenstein
pieced by (L-R) Schenley Pilgram, Lilja Björk Sigurdórsdóttir and Michelle Thompson
There And Back Again
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There and Back Again is a collaborative effort between four Fandom In Stitches designers, Michelle Thompson, Lilja Björk Sigurdórsdóttir, Schenley Pilgram, and Jennifer Ofenstein.
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