Located near the city of Sisian in the province of Syunik, the megalithic composition of Bronze Age tombs and over 230 standing stones called “Zorats Karer” (also known as Carahunge) is one of the ancient archeological sites on the territory of Armenia. We arrived here on a windy November day, hitchhiking from Vayk. Our drivers told anecdotes and funny stories of which I remember only one: “The sign ‘thumb up’ on the road in the US means someone’s asking for a ride; the raised middle finger means he won’t get it”. They dropped us off at the turn to the historical complex, and as we walked along the rocky road another car stopped for us. Turned out that the driver, a young guy named Andranik, owns the little souvenir shop at Carahunge. He and his friend Samvel invited us for a cup of coffee and told the story of the stones.