The Summer Solstice has passed, and with it, like two wheeled ships sailing the highway, lots of cyclists taking to the road on the Trans Am challenge. With warmer temperatures, Jeff is seeing more cyclists heading West to East. On June 23, he met Keith, who started the Trans Am in Astoria Oregon. Jeff and Keith were headed in opposite directions, each one questioning the other about what lies ahead. Keith was riding a bicycle fully contained but a little unconventional for this type of long distance touring. The two cyclists met near Willow Creek Pass between Granby and Rand Colorado, yet another line of demarcation for the twists and turns of the Continental Divide. In jest, Keith offered $20 for the other half of Jeff's PB&J. A commonality for all Trans Am riders -- bottomless appetite.