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Weekend -turning 5 and family adventures

I’m combining my weekend post into two as yesterday was a busy day with me doing dreads and Mr HG kid wrangling.

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Once I’d finished I needed to catch up on some jobs I started the day before  and first up was the stock. Usually I pressure can these as I like liquid stock on hand but today I was short on time so I popped some in the fridge and the rest in the chest freezer.
Next up was finishing the Apple sugar so I blitzed it up and popped it in a jar. I love the Apple sugar it taste like Apple toffee but we still have so many apples left that I think I’ll stick to doing rings. Our dehydrator will probably only last a few more months. It’s done well being the cheapest we could buy two years ago and with heavy use it’s done the distance but we will upgrade to a better quality one next year.

After the Apple sugar was done it was time to make Little Miss HG 5th birthday cake. She had requested the cake that Bessie from Enid blytons enchanted wood had amenities think we did ok from a rush job. It’s not the best birthday cake I’ve made but we all did it together and she was happy.

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We decided to celebrate the 5th birthday on a day early Sunday (which is actually my dads birthday happy birthday Dad!) Mr HG is working on the birthday date so we wanted to do something special as a family.
We adventured to Richmond which is a lovely little town outside Hobart with lots of heritage buildings.

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We were up at the crack of dawn so made it there in time for breakfast and a play.

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After we went to Zoodoo. I’m not a fan of zoos and this didn’t really change that but it brought up some wonderful conversations about conservation and endangered animals plus watching the children feed the lions with a pair of tongs will be a life long memory for all of us.
It is really nice that you can get up close and personal with lots of animals but at the end of the day it’s a zoo and a private one.

We had thought of getting fish and chips for a late lunch at the warf in Hobart on the way home but decided we had spent enough money and would get home early and create something from what we had. It’s nice now we are debt free to be able to have days like this without the worry but we are also still conscious of our spending and still saving for our own patch of land.

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At the end of the day we had a beautiful weekend and created lots memories.

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