The eighth day launched and we began by visiting Mastria Volkswagen in Raynham, Massachusetts. Thank you to the amazing crew that serviced the vehicle and managed to help us set up the car network. We made a brief stop at Mattie VW and as we continued to drive we spotted a fabulous statue of a black lion. The lion watched us as we drove by and it was so cool we had to turn back for a photo. In Newport, RI, Kellie’s Cafe would be our stop for food. This traditional British style cafe features a life size cut-out of the queen and serves English style breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Using the many bridges to hop from Portsmouth, to Newport, to Jamestown. we entered Wakefield, RI. We proceeded to stop at Speedcraft VW. All of the workers were awesome and even nicely coordinated a group photo. One of them even followed us to the next dealership and gave us a thumbs up on the road! Making our way North around the 147 square mile of water known as the Narragansett Bay.. We made our way back down into Connecticut and crossed the Connecticut river near the 8.5 acres known as The Great Island Wildlife Management Area. There was a splendid VW Beetle with some added eyelashes as a nice customization. Later, we met a father and son who were very proud to show off their 600hp Rambler that we were lucky to catch because they only take it out on special occasions. On a quick pitstop, we ran into some workers who had loaded their van up beyond belief with ladders. We concluded this day near Manchester, CT.