We all travel every day.
I travel to work in the morning. It's not far - just a mile. I could probably travel to school on foot, but the road is a narrow, two-lane road with no room for pedestrian traffic, and really would be quite dangerous at the time of morning I would be walking to school.
After school I travel around town, running errands before I shut myself in for the night.
I travel to Walmart to pick up items I need. I travel to the grocery store to pick up ingredients I am missing to complete dinner. I travel to the gas station to refuel my car so I can keep on traveling. I travel all around this town.
I travel occasionally outside our community. Doctor visits of all varieties to attend: dentist, optometrist, general practitioner.
I travel to visit family. My mother-in-law over by the high school. My oldest son in Dallas. My youngest son in Miami. My brother in Tulsa. My aunt in Commerce.
I travel to see my friends. My friends in Kansas City. My friends in Florida. My schoolmates in Tulsa.
Sometimes its nice to just stop traveling for a while, sit in the old rocker on the porch, and enjoy the sunset.