The ninety-fifth day began in the city of Richmond, the capital of Virginia. We headed south and we found ourselves back in North Carolina. The sun made its presence known with shining rays as we drove on highway 85. When we arrived in Raleigh, NC we stopped at a bright orange food truck that had the front end as if it wanted to be a big-rig semi. The mobile eatery had a hispanic based menu and featured a fun cactus bandito wearing a sombrero and was equipped with red and green salsa in its holsters. We drove down a forested road in Fayetteville, NC. The tall native trees hung over the roadway. The great crew at Leith Volkswagen greeted us all wearing tie-dye t-shirts. Outside of the dealership there was a brightly colored T-2 Volkswagen van. The van also had a tie-dye paint job and featured homages to the world famous 1970’s band, The Beatles. We took a photo with the tie-dye matching employees and T-2 next to the ID. 4. In Durham, NC there was a colossal mural painted on the side of a building displaying vibrant images of humans and nature combined into an impactful expression of the meshing of the two concepts. There was also another mural of a spirited woman with an incredible hairstyle. We then stopped to charge the ID. 4 and we put up our shades and used the time to do some work in the car. The sun started to set while we drove westward on the highway. The familiar green glow of an Electrify America station in Wynmere, NC filled the parking lot with a total of eight charging stations. We went north using highway 220 and arrived back into Virginia and the ninety-fifth day came to an end in Collinsville, VA.