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Ready, willin' and able: generosity and solidarity are key components of Williamstown singing group

Leaving Melbourne via the Westgate Bridge on a Wednesday evening, clouds of steam cluster and dissipate into the darkening sky. It’s fair to assume these plumes are output from the factories and refineries dotting the coast like pins in a board from Port Melbourne to Geelong. 1,111 more words

Sing It

Wine and Cheese Fest

Following  on from the successful autumn Wine and Cheese Festival at the Meat Market, The Wine and Cheese Fest is returning to the Seaworks boat shed in Williamstown with a fresh spring outlook. 78 more words

What's On

Off track is on-track.

After a year at Williams, I’ve realized that one of my favorite things about being here is that I’m more than just a track coach. It’s made me feel more tied in to the community as a whole. 323 more words

Self Reflection

Berlin Mountain

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

The main thing that struck me as I reviewed the Berlin Mountain summit details on Peakbagger.com was the drive time as it compared to the hike distance. 877 more words

Trail Running

Need an ark? I Noah guy !!

How apt that thunderstorms were forecast this morning as we made our way to Williamstown, Kentucky to visit Ark Encounter, a life-size Noah’s Ark.  Locals tell us it’s the most rain they’ve had in ages and we kept rain gear on all day. 490 more words

At Water's Edge Bed & Breakfast

3Kyladies reblogged this on Everything Kentucky! and commented:

Great post about the Ark Encounter and Williamstown, Kentucky.