Alvin, Simon and Theodore took a road trip in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip. They started in Los Angeles, then went to Texas, New Orleans and finally ended up in Miami. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment dared us to go on our own road trip by sending us some goodies. We couldn’t afford to travel to Florida right now, so the kids went on a CGI road trip thanks to Photoshop. Check out my photos below.
Our family recently went on a Rio road trip. OK, it was actually just a day trip from Portland down to Corvallis and Marys Peak (highest peak in the Oregon Coast Range). My oldest child will be a freshman in high school this fall, so I wanted to introduce her to my alma mater, Oregon State University. She still has four years to decide where she wants to go to college, but I figure I should start the brainwashing as early as possible. The last thing I want to see happen is for my daughter to become an Oregon Duck, my school’s rival to the south. Anyway, this post isn’t about selecting a college. I’m actually sharing some road survival trips for parents of young kids.
Sweetie, the mascot of Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes, is taking a road trip to help raise funds for the Boys & Girls Club of America. In each tour city, 20% of the entire day’s sales will benefit the local chapters of the Boys & Girls Club. Sweetie will make special guest appearances at select restaurant locations in each market. To help kick off Sweetie’s Great American Road Trip, Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes (Facebook :: Twitter) is giving away six dinner passes on my dad blog. Each dining pass is good for a meal (and dessert) at Sweet Tomatoes and Souplantation.