From Windsor we went east to stop in Cambridge, ON. A small town between Windsor and Toronto. Fuchs has their headquarters for the Canadian Market there so we made a short stop for our project presentation. Heading towards Toronto we went for a short charging stop at a Flo station by AddEnergie conveniently near local restaurants and a shopping center. We then drove back to the states to make our way south and on the way we passed through cities like Cincinnati and Louisville. We then charged at the Electrify America station in the Corvette Museum parking lot located in Bowling Green, KY. We had some time afterwards to take a photo with a classic Corvette statue. While charging we heard the sound of a motorsport event and we drove to the lot and saw some big guys on small motorbikes. We then crossed into an old historic town called Elizabethtown and took a picture with the boutique was no wider than the ID.4 was long. There was a replica helicopter from one of the presidents at an aviation museum on display in Kentucky. We stopped at a big pink elephant at one of the local gas stations near the border of Tennessee and Kentucky. In the evening we really felt that spring is in full swing. With temperatures now approaching the 70s. Finally we crossed the border from Kentucky into Tennessee to make our way to Clarksville.