We have made it to our eighty-seventh day and it started off in Columbus, GA. We got the chance to speak about the ID. 4 tour and EV vehicles with 95. 1 The Fox radio station in Montgomery, AL. We drove east along the Interstate 85 highway until we arrived in Birmingham, AL. From the highway we could see Birmingham’s tallest building, the 34-story, 454-foot skyscraper known as Shipt Tower. In Woodstock, AL we visited the Alabama branch of our sponsor Schnellecke Logistics. A lovely group of employees met with us in their building and we had a delightful keynote assembly about our travels with the ID. 4 to this point. Thank you to Schnellecke for the support of our team and the ID. 4 tour. We headed north through Birmingham and traffic was heavy on Interstate 65. We could see the downtown Birmingham area from an alternate angle. The Alabama countryside offered some foothills of the Appalachians with forests of oak trees. The rain had risen the water of the Tennessee River which was visible from the Tennessee River Bridge. We arrived in Huntsville, AL and a neighborhood was filled with rows of identical white homes. At Hiley Volkswagen of Huntsville, we would like to thank the wonderful serviceman that helped us to ensure the ID. 4 was indeed still in tip-top shape even after travelling over 30,000 miles. We were able to finish our day in Scottsboro, AL.