Having lived in this area for over two years now, there are still some things I don't quite understand.
One thing is the place called yonder. It seems to be everywhere. My girlfriend will describe a place to me as being right up yonder. I have heard it in several areas here in southwestern Virginia. This yonder is a very common place, but I have yet to find it. Seems it is elusive at best. I believe it is like tomorrow. Once you get there, it actually becomes today, and then there is always tomorrow.
Yonder can be up or down or over, although it seems to be less of a direction and more of a place. A destination. "When the roll is called up yonder" is part of a hymn I remember from childhood. I guess the question could be "is there really a yonder"? Do you ever reach yonder ?
I am still searching for a name for my little farmette here in the country....maybe Ill call it yonder-acres!!!