I'm retired these days and it takes me all my time to commute from my bedroom to the kitchen to have breakfast, I've done my share of it in the past, but in Britain a 100 mile commute is fairly unusual because it's a small country and most people would move house if they had such a long journey every day, although I have heard of some high powered business executives who live with their familys in the highlands of Scotland who commute every day to London by scheduled flight which must cost a fortune.
Down here in Australia 200km commutes to work are common in the country where jobs are scarce and one has to work with what's available. What's that in miles? Do the math...
.::Gary Rowan Higgins
A comfort zone is a wonderful place. But nothing ever grows there.