Well, we did it.
Two years ago, in February, 2005, I bought a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. At the time, it had a lot of miles on it (35,000). I knew that mileage shouldn't bother me. I knew that those miles would add up quickly with me, as well.
So, 1 trip to New Mexico, 1 trip to Utah, 1 trip to Arkansas, 1 trip to Iowa, 1 trip to Nebraska, 3 (or 5) trips to Texas, 1 trip to Tennessee and countless other trips to Colorado later we've crossed over the 100,000 mile mark.
The great fact about the jeep is the only items I've replaced are normal items like spark plugs, battery, tires, cables and hoses.
It is amazing how many memories vehicles help facilitate.