I can be behind the house and throw stones:
I am throwing stones behind the house
If I am in front of the house and throwi the stones onto the territory which is behind the house, I should say something like:
I am throwing the stones to behind the house
But it seems to be wrong
Once I had a similar question with there and to there
I was asking about
You go there or only to there
And some good person told me there was a word "thither" which was archaic but it suited perfectly. Is there any archaic word for "to behind"
Because the same problem happens with "under"
The car is going under the bridge
Where is the car?
It's on its way to under the bridge
It's already under the bridge and is going somewhither?