The brunette twin looked at me and said, "I want to start travelling. When are we going to go places?
I stared at her blankly. We are on the road three or four weeks a year. We have hiked Arches National Park, rode horses at the Kentucky Horse Park and smelled the cherry blossoms in Washington D.C. The girls often confuse different trip details. I look at them and say, "You know your problem? You get around. You have been too many places to keep the trips straight."
I said, "What do you mean?"
She replied, "When are we going to go to Europe?"
Ah, that's what she thinks of as travelling. It seems that unless she needs a passport, she doesn't consider it travelling. We're close to heading across the big pond, but she'll have to wait a bit longer. We have a few more domestic locations to explore first.