"Up North? How much further north can you get?!?"
"I'm originally from New Mexico. But in Wisconsin I'm an up north kind of girl. We have a cabin in Eagle River, and it's my sanctuary. The first time I went up, it was early October and it snowed that day, which was completely unexpected to me. I had no idea it would be that cold and snowy. Absolutely gorgeous. We were sitting in front of a roaring fire. My children had only ever seen snow in movies...my son was just in heaven. He was five and he was just in absolute heaven."
- Roberta, 1st Generation, Brookfield WI
"The first time I went up north, I didn't know what “up north” was. I'm from New Mexico so I'm here and everybody's saying, "Oh, we're going to vacation up north." I'm thinking, how much further north can you go? We're at the top…”
“The first time I went up north, it was magical. I walked through the forest and you had the deciduous forest and the pine forest and you have this spongy turfy stuff that just looks like something out of a Disney movie."