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A cache by janiskaplis Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/11/2011
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Geocache Description:

[LV] Sleepnis ir mazs plastmasas konteiners, ar logbooku, ziimuli un asinaamo. Sleepnis atrodas ~2.3m virs zemes.
[ENG] Cache is a small plastic container. It includes logbook, pencil and sharpener. ~2.3m above ground.

[LV] Kusa atrodas 8 km uz ziemelrietumiem no Madonas, pie cela Madona-Ceesis. Kusas apkaartne ir pakalniem bagaata - tas ir ~10 km attaluma no Gaizinkalna un 10 km attaluma no Nesaules kalna, ciemata ir ap desmit noziimiigu diiku (vairaak kaa 1ha.)Viens no tiem - apalais diikis ir ar aptuveni 50m diametru un akmens apmali, saglabaajies no senaas muizas laikiem. Tajaa ir atrodami pat veezi, tomeer to lietosana uztura nav ieteicama. Lielaakais ir Kaiju diikis blakus estraadei. 1980-to gadu viduu tur ligzdoja tuukstosiem kaiju. Kusaa ir audzis labaakais Latvijas orientierists, divkaarteejais Eiropas vicecempions, Maartins Sirmais.

[ENG] Kusa is located 8 km northwest from Madona, near the road Madona - Cesis, only 10km from highest hill in Latvia - Gaizinkalns. There are many ponds in Kusa, and in one of tham it is possible to find crayfish. The biggest pond is located near bandstand, and thousands of gulls nested there in the middle of 1980s.
Kusa was home for Martins Sirmais - European orienteering championship silver medalist in 2006 and 2008.

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