Only leshego and not enough! Going somewhere mile, we turned left and began to climb up the hill and somewhere after mile we saw a huge, at least 10 feet in length, multi-ton stone. This colossus stood on a hillside backed by other stones from the bottom. Not whether these props, he no doubt would have slid down, leaving behind hundreds of broken trees. Dimensions and weight of the stone does not suggest that he had once been put here by people, but also hard to believe, and that nature itself brought him here and carefully put it under him smaller stones that a "small" is not rolled. At the top of the stone can be seen deepening a diameter of about 60cm and it seems to be the handiwork of ancient people. Just a few meters below You can see a pile of stones that are either unfinished, or a ruined dolmen.
Some of its constituent rocks have clearly been hewn. Climb even higher and we get to the apiary, adjacent to the pigsty. We go there to clarify the road. Pasechnik, who is also Svinarev, a man of sixty with a big white beard, was affable man, he invited us home, offered tea, and asked whether we know why this place called Oak Tree. We really were prepared to listen to something like an ancient tale, but it was much easier. At this place is really not so long ago grew three huge oak tree, but now only one remains and he does not less than six years.