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Baronova studanka/ Baron's spring

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Hidden : 07/22/2005
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Cache je umistena v blizkosti Baronovy studanky v dacickych lesich. Cache is located nearby Baron’s spring in forest near Dacice.

Baronova Studanka
Je tento nazev legenda?
Podle zaznamu mi o tom vypraveli primi ucastnici a to Rudolf Tajml a Jan Kucera z Hermance.
Bylo to v roce 1912, kdy majitel Dacickeho panstvi, baron Dalberg, v techto svych byvalych lesich objevil studanku v niz uz tehdy byla studena stribrita voda. Kdyz se teto napil, nemel bolesti zaludku – tenkrat se takovym bolestem rikalo zaludecni kamen.
Rudolf Tajml a Jan Kucera z Hermance – narozen 1879, byli tenkrat zamestnani u barona Dalberga a byli baronem pozadani, aby kazdy druhy den prinesli do Dacic na panstvi dvoulitrovy skleneny dzban vody z teto studanky pro pana barona. Dzban nosili v ruce a to 15 km do Dacic a 15 km zpet, celkem za den 30 km.
Kdyz jsem v roce 1961 o tom mluvil s tehdy jeste zijicim Janem Kucerou z Hermance, zeptal jsem se ho:” Jak jste mohli konat za den tak dlouhou cestu a jaou jste meli za tuto sluzbu od pana barona odmenu?” Rekl mne Jan Kucera: “Milej brachu, dostali jsme od pana barona pokazde tak velke diskreci, ze jsme si koupili litr bile a jeste nam hodne zbylo.”
Od te doby nazev teto studanky “Baronova’.
Zaznamenal kronikar Hermanecsky.

Baron's spring
Is this name only a legend?
Rudolf Tajml and Jan Kucera from Hermanec told me about its origin.
Baron Dalberg, The owner of the Dacice mansion found this spring with cool silverish water in his woods in 1912. When he had drunk from it, his stomach ache ceased. Rudolf tajml and Jan Kucera were employees of baron dalberg at that time. He asked them to bring a two-litre glass jug of this wather on even days to his mansion at Dacice. They carried the jug in hand 15 kilometers to Dacice and 15 km back, total of 30 km.
When i was speaking with Jan Kucera in 1961, I asked him:"How could you make such a long journey in a day and what did the baron give you for this service?" Jan Kucera told me:"Dear man, we always got such a sum from the baron that we could buy a litre of liquor and we still had much left." Since the tome, the spring has been called "Baron's"
written by chronicler of Hermanec

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