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Letter: The photo of the two beech trees
George Kolbenschlag writes:
There is something about Linda's photo of the beech trees that really caught my attention. Maybe it's because the two trees look like twins, born (or is it planted) many years ago in Middle Earth. I can envision Bilbo and Frodo Baggins sitting under those trees with their other Hobbit friends. If you will tell me where the trees are, I'd like to see them live. --GeorgeComments re: Balance
George, thank you for noting the gravity of the twin beeches framing the beyond. If you're called to go there, start on the Public Square in Columbia, the heart of everywhere, and go north on Hwy 55, through the red light by UCB, then take the first right, Hwy 551/Knifley Road. Continue until you have the option to veer right onto Hwy 1323/Bull Run Road which will ultimately return you to Hwy 206/Fairground Street, Columbia.
You're getting close, going this direction down Bull Run Road, you'll find the twin beeches on your left, not far after you've passed the Vester Road turn off. Very likely the trees will call to you when you get near them and you'll know you're there. If you spot Bilbo and Frodo, please ask them kindly for permission to take a picture for Columbia Magazine. Being Hobbits, they'll want to decline, but we believe in asking. - LW
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