Exactly... Get out this week and slap another few hundred miles on it and change oil right before heading out, and change again when you get back..
I bought a new Goldwing a couple weeks ago, and I broke it in while riding a 13 hour road rally with friends. I took it out the day before to scrub the tires in and slap 70 miles on it (Same day as I bought it), and ended up with 500 miles on it by the end of the weekend. I changed oil at 650 (Suggested at 1000 on the Wing) and will change it again at 1500 or so, and then will go to changing every 3K or so. (recommended is 4K)..
I rode it like I planned on typically riding it, with emphasis on engine braking to flush oil off the cylinders while not under power, and I kept the engine revs less than 2/3rds of redline.
The oil was still spotless when I changed it, and it hadn't used any at all.. I'd think your's will be similar.. Ride it and enjoy it!!
Also, have a great time on the trip. I rode the loop around Superior a couple years ago.. My fondest memory was riding down a vally, where water was on both sides. A small eagle grabbed a fish out of the water and flew right over my head as it positioned the fish forward in it's talons, all the while water dripped from the fish..
Have a great time, and TAKE PICTURES!!!