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Fab pizza, great prices, unexpected location

Pizza d’Asporto, Rifle Range Shopping Centre, 71 Kororoit Creek Road. Phone: 9397 2033

Consider The Sauce likes – and sometimes even loves – those authentic Italian-style pizzas as much as anyone. 720 more words

Melbourne

Sirens leased

The prime real estate that is the former Sirens at Williamstown Beach has been leased.

The windows are shielded with blue tarpaulins and something is afoot … though, despite my best efforts, I’m not quite sure what. 130 more words

Melbourne

Still the rain kept pourin'

As promised by the weatherman it rained all day Saturday in Williamstown. It started out as snowy sleet Friday night, slippery to navigate in my clogs on the footbridge that led back to our room from the pub, and turned into rain sometime during the night. 518 more words

Musings

Mezmez - return visit

Mezmez, 42 Ferguson Street, Williamstown. Phone: 9397 8804

We sometimes have a laugh about how fickle the winds are that blow Consider The Sauce this way and that as it embarks on its adventures. 339 more words

Melbourne

Before the rain

Thursday night, when I checked the weekend weather for Williamstown, MA I was dismayed, pissed really, to see the forecast for Saturday, 100% chance of rain. 868 more words

Musings

William Fleming, Early Settler in Heathcote, Collingwood Township, Grey County, Ontario

William Fleming and his wife Margaret Ann McMillen were amongst the first settlers of Williamstown, later renamed Heathcote, in Collingwood Township, Grey County, Ontario. (Williamstown had been named after William Fleming, but it had to be renamed because there was another Williamstown in Ontario.) On the 1852 census William Fleming’s occupation was merchant.  214 more words

Genealogy