Day 13: Moorine Rock to Southern Cross

11.30am

14358671_1860689564154231_8432506251324703305_n“Hey guys just letting you know i’m 10km out from Southern Cross well be there this afternoon to see elder and the local. We be camping in Southern Cross for two days. Then we well go on to Kalgoorlie town. I have decided to rest for two day because i’m going to see the doctor in Southern Cross to check my leg before I start the walk on to Kalgoorlie on Friday morning I need to rest my left leg and let it heal up.

Also I turn off my phone of because EVER time I log on to face book it turns it self off all the time. It mute be because of the cold last night got in on my phone that why it keep turning it self off. I well be getting a new phone when I get to Southern cross. I well still have the same simcard number so people can still call the same number on my phone. Other than that the walk is going great :)”


2.30pm

14390690_691856000964872_5583723772409332588_n“Hey guys quick update. I’m in Southern Cross and now going to rest for two days the doctor said so. I well leave Southern Cross on Friday morning to go on to Kalgoorlie town. I have seen the doctor at Southern Cross and he said my left leg is o.k and my body is 100% healthy. Only need to rest it and let my left leg heal up. I also got a need phone and still have the same simcard number. I only changing phone because my old one going on stick and protecting because it won’t let me go on Facebook by turn it self of haha lol I well be back on Facebook to night to go over message and return phone call.”


5pm

Having some nice cold beer at the Southern Cross pub. After 12 days of walking. It about time I get to have a beer
Having some nice cold beer at the Southern Cross pub. After 12 days of walking. It about time I get to have a beer

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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