I call it a summer home because to me, it is home. It's not just a house (or more specifically three houses and some forest land) it's a real home. It feels like home when you're there, and that's something I've never completely felt in my life. Even Utah, which I proudly call home, with all of its beauty, never made me feel included in the way that Lilla Gumman does. It's quiet, serene, beautiful, friendly. Your worries are reduced to what type of jam to put on your scones, and whether you want to walk on the cliffside or forest-side of the water.
I love the feeling of home.