means so many things.
Mostly it reminds me of Grandma and Grandpa Hunt. This was "their" place before they passed. They purchased the area in hopes that the family would keep the camping tradition at the ever-so-familiar campground. My dad came here when he was a kid. I came here when I was a kid, and now my nieces and nephew love it too!
Being up north is about relaxing. Some would call it boredom, but the truth is we don't do it enough.
We stayed up late playing cards. Made meals over the campfire. Played ladder ball, crossword puzzles, went swimming and rummaging.
I love the smell of "Up North."