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Naudas ozols

A cache by orbse Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/24/2013
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Lubānas Naudas ozols. (teika) Netālu no Lubānas pagasta robežas kaimiņu Meirānu pagastā kādās mājās saimniekojuši divi brāļi. Vecais saimnieks, viņu tēvs, bijis nesen kā miris un atstājis dēliem gan labas mājās un iekoptus laukus, gan arī vēl kādu naudas summiņu. Viens dēlis gājis sava tēva pēdās, nenoguris, čakli strādājis, bet otrs gribējis tā brīvāk padzīvot, bijis bezrūpīgāks un viegli palaidis vējā ne vienu vien sūri grūti pelnītās naudas gabalu. Reiz viņš devies it kā kādus darījumus kārtot, bet vakarā mājās nepārnācis. Arī otrā dienā nebijis, un tad mājās palikušais saņēmis ziņu, ka brālis sagūstīts, un, ka par viņa atbrīvošanu jāgādā izpirkšanas nauda. Brāļa nolaupītāji bijuši noteikuši dienu, kuras vakarā nauda bijusi jāpaliek zem akmens pie paša lielā, resnā ozola, kas auga tuvu lielceļa malā netālu no Morozas, Lustūzī. Ko darīt? Sagūstītais brālis bijis jāglābj. Noteiktās dienas pievakarē jūdzis zirdziņu, paņēmis pieprasīto naudu un braucis uz lielo ozolu. Drošības pēc sev blakām ratos bijis ielicis pamatīgu rungu. Braucis nedrošajā ceļā, vērojis apkārtni, neko aizdomīgu nemanīdams. Piebraucis pie ozola, kad sācis jau krēslot. Palicis zem akmens, pie paša ozola naudu, tūlīt sēdies ratos, uzšāvis pāris reizes zirgam ar pātagu un straujā riksī braucis mājup. Bet, aiz ceļa līkuma ticis, pēkšņi braucējs izvēlies no ratiem ceļmalas grāvī. Kādu brīdi tajā klusi gulējis un dzirdējis kā ratiem rībot, zirgs aizskrien mājup. Tad paņēmis rungu un uzmanīgi rāpojis uz ozola pusi un paslēpies netālu no tā kādā krūmā. Tur klusi un mierīgi tupējis lielu laiku, bijis jau pavisam satumsis. Un tad viņš izdzirdēja klusus soļus. Acis ar tumsu bijušas apradušas, un viņš saskatījis no Lubānas puses tuvojamies cilvēka stāvu. Lēni pienācis kāds vīrs, brīdi pastāvējis uz lielceļa iepretim ozolam, tad veikli gājis pie ozola un sācis tumsā meklēt naudu. Naudas atvedējs sapratis, ka tas nu ir negodīgais naudas kārotājs un redzot, ka viņš ir viens pats, ilgi vis nedomājis, tūlīt meties no mugurpuses tam virsū un sācis viņu pamatīgi zvetēt ar rungu, skaļi lāstus izkliegdams. Pamatīgus sitienus saņēmis, krāpnieks sācis lūgties: ”nesit, nesit, mīļo brāl! Atstāj mani dzīvu!” Viņš pēc balss bija pazinis savu brāli, un nu arī sitējs pazinis sava brāļa balsi. Tā neizdevies vis negodīgajam brālim iegūt tēva atstāto un arī brāļa grūti pelnīto naudu Ātri vien apkārtnē izplatījusies ziņa par viena brāļa krāpšanos un abu brāļu saķeršanos pie lielā ozola naudas dēļ. Un tāpat drīz vien apkārtnes ļaudis sākuši lielo, resno ozolu ceļmalā saukt par Naudas ozolu.

Iespēja apskatīt arī veco ceļu Lubāna-Madona un skaistos Aiviekstes krastus! Drīzumā pie šī ozola parādīsies informatīvais stends, kurš ļaus uzzināt vēl šo un to! Un arī citi informatīvie stendi šajā apkārtnē būs apskatāmi pavisam drīz..tas ļaus organizēt pat tādu kā geocaching tūri! :)

Lubana’s Oak of Money. (legend) In Lubana’s neighbouring region of Meirani, there was a household that belonged to two brothers. It’s previous owner, their father, had recently died, leaving the house and the terittory it encompasses as well as a decent sum of money to his sons. One of the sons followed in his father’s footsteps, working tirelessly to maintain the property. The other son, however, was alot more carefree, carelessly spending the money he had inherited. One day, he supposedly went on a business venture, but he didn’t return. After two days, the hard working brother received a message that his wasteful brother was held in captivity and, in order to set him free, he had to pay ransom. The captors had set a date and time by which the money had to be left under a rock near a great oak that grew close to a highway near Moroza, Lustūzī. The first brother wondered as to what he was supposed to do. The captured brother had to be saved. On the day of the exchange, the first brother put a harness on his horse, took the required amount of money and was on his way to the great oak. To insure his safety, the first brother had taken with him a bludgeon. As he was riding on the dangerous road, he constantly checked his surroundings for anything suspicious. Nothing seemed to be out of the ordinary. He reached the great oak just before dawn. Having placed the money at the designated area, he immediately got on his carriage and, in a quick canter, went straight home. However, just as he passed the first bend, the brother tipped out of his carriage into a ditch. He slept there quietly for some time, listening as his horse, carriage clattering, headed home. He took his bludgeon and carefully crawled back to the great oak and hid in a nearby bush. For quite some time he sat there until it was completely dark outside, calmly waiting. Then he heard silent footsteps. His eyes had already adjusted to darkness at which point he noticed that someone was coming. It was a man who was slowly moving in his direction. The man briefly stood on the highway right across the great oak and then swiftly went to the designated area, where the money was placed. The first brother now knew for certain, it was the nefarious person who was after the ransom. Seeing as he was alone, the first brother, without much thought, charged the man from behind and started bludgeoning and cursing at him. Having received many hits, the man started to plead: ‘’don’t hit me, don’t hit me, dear brother! Let me live!’’ The man had recognized his brother by his voice, leaving the first brother in shock. That’s how the devious brother’s plan to gain his father’s inheritance as well as the hard-earned money of his brother, failed. Soon after that, news swiftly spread about the wicked intentions of the second brother as well as about their confrontation at the great oak. And, because of that, the locals soon started calling the oak near which it happened, the Oak of Money.

There are great opportunity to visit the old way Lubāna-Madona and the beautiful shores of river Aiviekste! Very soon there will be more information about this place and some more information stands in this area. So one more great opportunity- great tour of geocaching. :) Be patient!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

va gur bnx

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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