Day 2: Leaving from Midland

14212791_1855048314718356_8298915079457944562_nClinton left Midland nice and early this morning, all prepared with his walking buddy Nooni on the pushbike.

He updated us via the Facebook group:

“Good morning guys I leave soon to walk on to Northam. I’m just having breakfast and then start start packing up my tent. The next spot of camping is right in the center of Northam town at Bernard Park. I well arrive around 8:30pm or 9:00pm. Also I well take one last photo picture and than I well be off Facebook for about 8hour because no reception until I back on when i’m in Northam o.k 🙂 I feel great and happy to guy just want to let you know. This walk well be something to remember.”

Midday location update

He further updated us at about midday with his location and again at 3pm when he decided to stop and set up camp early to catch a snooze.

“Hey all just letting you know that I have decided to rest and set camp up next to Pumamax petrol station not far pass the lake’s. I felt like I need to rest because I when to bed at 4:00am last night and only had 3 hour sleep. I well be on Facebook until 8:00pm. Than I’m going to sleep and catch up on sleep by having 12hours sleep. Than I well start the walk tomorrow at 9:00am and get to Northam by 3:00pm. We about only 38km to out from Northam.”

14316785_686125778204561_3980997943657603516_nClinton has also asked that people be patient with his responses to messages as he will be in and out of reception for the duration of the walk. He will respond to everyone when he can and will keep us updated as much as possible. He also thanks everyone who has offered their homes as camping grounds but says he will stick with his planned camps.

Everyone is welcome to come visit him for a yarn or a walk.

Keep going Clinton, you’re doing us proud!

– Georgia

Author: Clintonswalkforjustice

I’m a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and a Yulparitja man from the West of Australia. I will be walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where I will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

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