There are two spelling for the River (And village?) Tarendelle? Sometimes spelled Tarendrelle and sometimes Tarendelle and once Tarnendelle.
The Gravelled Lane
The small gravelled lane continues east and west. A small village is visible
off in the distance eastward. Closer at hand are scattered farms and various
crop fields such as wheat, barley and tabac. To the west the lane becomes
rougher as it crosses uncultivated fields of tall dry grass dotted with
grazing herds. A ways to the north the dark line of a forest can be seen
where it ends on the north bank of the Tarendrelle river.
[ obvious exits: N E S ]
The Bank of the Tarendrelle
Thick stands of willow and birch cover both banks of the Tarendrelle River.
Called simply the Taren further west, it is broad and swift, impossible to
cross in the region as it tumbles and churns on its journey east to join
the Eldar River. To the east the banks have been cleared and planted with
wheat by some nearby farmers. South stretch empty fields dotted with
scattered herds of sheep. A small landing juts into the river, its planking
nearly awash in the waters.
[ obvious exits: E S ]
Wandering Forest Path
You wander along a narrow winding path that almost disappears among the
underbrush as it weaves its way through a forest dominated by thick stands
of old oak and tall fir, with lighter patches of leatherleaf and ash mixed
here and there. From somewhere to the south can be heard the muffled roar
of the Tarendelle River.
[ obvious exits: E W ]
You stand in the midst of a clearing that was once the yard of a nearby cabin.
This yard is now covered with scrub and tall rank weeds, the remains of rusty
tools poking above the ground in places. The cabin itself is dilapidated, the
roof half gone and the walls sagging outwards. A rutted and worn track passes
by to the west and north of here, while to the south can be heard the muted
roar of the mighty Tarendelle River rushing along below its banks.
[ obvious exits: N E S W ]
Along the Bridle Track
The track turns north again, leaving the bank of the Tarnendelle river to the
south. Though muffled by the river's high banks, the water's loud rushing can
still fills the air with its roar. About the banks grow thick stands of
willow and birch, surrounded by a forest of oak, ash and leatherleaf. Directly
east of here is a small clearing, tall rank weeds now covering the ground,
beyond which can be seen a dilapidated old cabin.
[ obvious exits: N E W ]
Track Alongside the River
Having crossed over the Tarendelle to the south, the bridle track here now
turns east to follow the mighty river's north bank briefly, before turning
north again. The muffled roar of the rushing waters can be clearly heard
below the banks, which are covered thickly with willow and birch. A thick
patch of briars blocks the view westward, but in the other directions stretch
endless lines of oak, ash and leatherleaf forest.
[ obvious exits: E S ]
Bridge Over the Tarendelle
Here the track coming from a village visable across the river to the south
crosses over the Tarendelle by means of a stout arched bridges made from
heavy oaken timbers. The track then turns east following the northern bank.
The air is filled with the throaty roar of the churning waters beneath you,
as they rush eastward to join the Eldar River. Willows and birch grow thickly
on both high banks, while a forest of oak, ash and leatherleaf can be seen
[ obvious exits: N S ]
That whole area is a mess, mentioning the Eldar, Tarendrelle and Manetherendrelle rivers. It even can't get the names right in the zone description room, so...