Paint The Town Ford // please say yes ford

This blogpost is sponsored by Ford & Kidspot

ROADTRIP!
Because of any cool cats that read this here blog we were given the amazing opportunity to drive a brand new Ford Territory and report back on it here. It’s surreal that these sort of opportunities are given to us and I am so thankful to everyone here who makes that possible, we feel pretty damn lucky that you all haven’t gotten sick of us yet.

I thought what I had to say regarding our experience driving the Ford Territory would be best said “in person”. So here we all are in video version. You should watch it! (choosing HD makes it better).

Thanks to Kidspot and Ford Australia I also have a $500 Temple & Webster voucher to bribe you all with to comment below saying that Ford should let us keep the car. I am joking. To enter, simply let us know in 25 words or less in the comment section below: where would you like to road trip to?

Entry is open to Australian residents 18 years and older. Entries will be judged on level of awesomeness and creativity, so be fun!  Giveaway closes at 23:59 AEST 27th October 2014.
For full T&Cs look over here.

(See that like button down there? You should hit “like” if you reckon Ford should say yes, peer pressure yes, it’s a great idea!)

  1. gravatar for Amy Amy

    I would love to road trip to Uluru because I have been dropping subtle/not so subtle hints that I want my partner to PROPOSE there. So road tripping in a car would be a really great way to get us there, actually imperative, seeing I’m not a keen flyer. #waitingforthatring #sayyesford!

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  2. gravatar for Penelope Penelope

    Beach. Fast. With six kids road trips hardly a blast. Sun, surf and all that running around make the trip home a little more sound.

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  3. gravatar for Shadae Stavely Shadae Stavely

    Haha… I totally vote they let you keep the car!! And me and my crew would road trip all around Australia – screw a tarp to the side of the car and pack some noodles, and some bribery lollipops for the trip in the back

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  4. gravatar for Rachel Rachel

    My son says the Golden Gate Bridge but I explained the car won’t drive over water. My toddler says “beach”. I would like do the Great Ocean Road. My American hubby says Uluru.

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  5. gravatar for Kristy allanson Kristy allanson

    A road trip through Tasmania. I grew up there and they haven’t seen these places that are special to me. They dream about seeing snow.

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  6. gravatar for Anais Anais

    Byron Bay – for it’s Beauty, Year Round; Only Nature, Beaches And Yams?? (I’ve got nothing for Y :) ) PLEASE choose me :)

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  7. gravatar for Jessy Jessy

    A road trip to a waterfall. But it’s not a physical place. Un-ending driving. A task. A trip about the journey, not the destination.

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  8. gravatar for Jessy Jessy

    To the past, to the future. No, to the present. A road trip to a frozen unmoving NOW, my car – my vehicle to consciousness.

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  9. gravatar for Jessy Jessy

    I would go to wherever my long gone grandpa now exists, to wherever my sister’s unborn child is growing, slowly, slowly – it’s all the same.

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While we stay with our friends Amy & Stefan Errol helps in the garden, baby on back.

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A misty cold day in the hinterland. We go for a walk to a waterfall with our friend Amy and I take photos of her lovely blossoming bump. After, the kids explore the river bed with Amy and Florin and I sit while he has a snack and Errol takes a photo for us.

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  1. gravatar for susannah susannah

    I wish there was some app or something for “Find my nearest waterfall”. There must be some near me but I have no idea…

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Men in Tights!

When I first told Errol some parents wouldn’t put tights on their sons as they were too feminine or might make them “gay” Errol said “I’d wear them! Real men wear tights”. I contacted Slugs & Snails and said that if they made adult sizes I’d have a man willing to rock some tights and I present you three manly men wearing tights.

 

(if you saw this one facebook ages ago, that will give you an idea how far in arrears I am posting, haha).

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  1. gravatar for Annabelle Annabelle

    Boys wear tights all the time indoors in the winter in Germany. Parents put trousers on to go out and then leave them in rights indoors.

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  2. gravatar for brikola brikola

    yep, I was a little bit confused and I thought I saw it before, have I??is there sth wrong with my computer? ;) love this whole idea :D <3

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  3. gravatar for Julie Julie

    I always put tights and leggings on Jarvis. WOULD LOVE some for Justin. Think we are both lucky our partners think things such as tights and nail polish would be “too feminine or might make them “gay”. Pity other people do not think this. I am always criticized for letting Jarvis have long hair (looks like a girl, will turn out gay, people will laugh are just some of the comments from Justin’s parents) and the list is even longer about the tights and nail polish. Strangely enough my 77 very old school father think Jarvis looks incredible not matter what.

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Unbeknownst to him, it is the eve of a road trip adventure we will be taking south. I pause for a moment to watch him sleep, wondering how he will go in the car for hours on end as we take a four week long road trip. I say a little prayer and take my photo, touching wood that it will be okay. Are we insane? Yes.

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  1. gravatar for Angie J Angie J

    If I had a Ford
    I’d leave of my own accord
    On a trip so grand
    I’d travel the entire land
    And NEVER become bored!

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