Where Putyla river meets Cheremosh river stands a rock. Sheer 30 meters up. The Petrified Bahachka. Legend tells story of very rich and mean woman. A Bahachka that is. Peasant woman living nearby had beautiful daughter who was serf to Bahachka. Once when woman hungry she went to see Bahachka to beg for daughter and for bread. Instead the Bahachka threw to her stone, big as bread. Instantly Bahachka turned into rock. 30 meters tall. Where Putyla river meets Cheremosh. In the heart of Hutzul country, Bukovina.
Further down on Cheremosh is rock called ”Zhaba”, that is frog. http://i050.radikal.ru/0909/e2/392fc41e895a.jpg All this not far away from from Twin City on Cheremosh (not Mississippi) that is Vizhnitz and Kuty. Here was border between Moldova and Polish before Austrians came. Border good for Jewish tradesman make good business. Therefore many Jews and great Rabbis of Vishnitz dynasty. Baal Shem Tov also went lost in woods for days. Before he turned holy.