Originally Posted by mapbike
This falls into the same category as the old saying " Beauty is in the eye of the Beholder" distance is just a small thing now days anyway.... now back in the horse and buggy days it was a big thing but 1000 miles is just a nice little road trip now days and that is especially true when you live in Texas, here you can drive all day long and barely get out of this State depending of coarse on where you start out and are heading, we're used to driving long distances around here, my wife and I have left out in the morning and drove over 400 miles in one day just joy riding and cruising to a favorite place to eat or to just see some new sights like go visit a cave, flea market or whatever small town event might be happening that we're interested in attending.
Best of luck with the new trike KenX and enjoy the Journey, beside isn't that half of the fun and why we enjoy our motorized bikes to begin with, it's not about the destination, its about enjoying the journey between the two points, the left and the there..! Map
Reminded what an old timer told me one day. About the limit a horse and buggy could go in one day was about 25 miles.They would stop and put up an encampment. There would be some that didn't leave the camps. As the people accumulated over various wagon trains these began towns/cities. I didn't have any reason to doubt him, I just took his word.