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Puļķu velna akmens / Devil stone /Ancientsites #18

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Hidden : 08/02/2013
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Geocache Description:

LV Atrodas Liezēres -Cesvaines ceļa malā. Akmenī vairāki dobumi.

EN Situated next to Liezēre - Cesvaine road. Several hollows in the stone

LV „Reiz senlaikos kāds zemnieks vārdā Andžs braucis naktī gar akmeni un raudzījis, ka uz akmens kāds sēž. Andžs, bailīgs būdams, uzšāvis zirgam un pilnos rikšos laidis projām. Te dzirdējis, ka viņam dzenas pakaļ un sauc: — Andž, pagaidi! Necik pabraucis, un Velns iesēžas ratos. Bet drīz nākušas ceļa malā mājas, iedziedājies gailis, jo gaismiņa svīdusi, un Velns laidies projām, cik spējis. Andžs laimīgi ticis mājās. Nākošā dienā, aplūkojot akmeni, tajā atrasta Velna iesēdēta bedre.” (Urtāns, 1990)

EN "Once in ancient times a farmer named Andžs drove by the stone at night and saw that someone was sitting on the stone. Andžs, being timid, gave his horse a lashing and tried to clear out at a trot. He heard that somebody was chasing after him calling: — Andž, wait! Having hardly driven away a little, the Devil jumped into his cart. But soon homesteads appeared at the road, a rooster crowed as the day was breaking, and the Devil fled away as quickly as he could. Andžs was happy to come home. Next day when looking at the stone one could see a hollow worn out by the Devil's seat.” (Urtāns, 1990)

LV Slēpnis atrodas kādus 3 metrus aiz akmens. BYOP

EN The cache is situated some 3 m behind the stone. BYOP

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