Would you move to the center of off-road paradise if it meant having to drive an hour + to work? We have the opportunity and are weighing our options. Here is what would change: Driving kids to school, now is 20 mins, would change to 15. District quality is comparable, size is much smaller. I work from home, but supply runs (once/twice a month) would be 1 1/2 hours as opposed to 1/2 hour currently. My wife's drive (4 days/week) would go from 20 mins to 55 and over a mountain pass. Groceries, post office, hardware store, interstate access would be similar - about 20 mins. Mortgage would be a little lower, if not the same, taxes would be lower. Owned-acreage would grow from 6 with an incredible view to 32 in a sunny mountain valley backed against national forest. We would be dead-center in the meca of off-road riding and would never have to load up to go ride again. As opposed to being an hour from there now, which is where I always ride anyway. My wife has all but quit riding because she hates to load up to go ride. She would rather just hop on her bike and take off when the urge hits, like she could when growing up (in that area). She would definitely get more into riding again. Gas prices are going nowhere but up. Think it would be wise to make the move? It should be a simple answer, but I feel like it would be an irresponsible move for some reason. Any thoughts? Opinions?