Day 71: Jameson

4.30am

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– Garry


7am

15073316_1167599049997864_447916541615627038_n– Garry


“As we were walking I went ahead on top of a rise on the road, I found this rocky hill and climbed on top, this is what I saw.” – Noonie


5pm

15027914_1892891497600704_67910421703150211_n-1Hey all quick update just letting you know. We are at Jameson community resting for two day. Before we make our way to Warakuma community next to the board of western Australia an northern territory. We are about 148km out from Warakuma community. Than the board is about 50km from Warakuma than. I think we be making it to Uluru the heart land on dec 1st.

We be heading off on Wednesday morning towards Warakuma. It look like I be having my birthday out in Central desert not far from Warakuma community. But that o.k with me.

I wouldn’t ask for a better birthday celebration this year. Nothing more better than having my birthday out in mother nature, wild life and with the old people. yes Jameson community has signals to so family and friends can call us.


5.30pm


5.30pm

15181658_1808147852774616_8186362713550983591_n“We do like the quarries, plenty of room, at this one it was the first time that dingos are howling, the first time about 2 am the second time was after I turned off my alarm, four replied, it was good to here, that night I was treated with two howls, three in the first, I guess they like the sound of the music, four replied.” – Noonie


6pm

“We are at Jamerson Community 42ks off the main road.” – Noonie


6.30pm

15170951_1892913697598484_8080071566159192768_n-1[Admin Lisa] WoW. This incredible painting is called “Walk to Heal” and was painted by Tracey Green, a Yamaji woman from Geraldton WA. Tracey, Clinton will love that his walk inspired such a beautiful painting. Thank you so much for your wonderful support.


6.30pm

15085498_1808152832774118_7368272958612272248_n-1“Last night was on just off the road side, it was a pleasant night, then at about 3am the wind went from 0 to 30, then settled down, thought we were going to blowen away.” – Noonie


7pm

15193595_1892897300933457_691431671443228546_n-1Hey people if you what to know where we are. We are at Jameson community. North east from Warburton community. You can see there a lot of community out this way.


7pm

“This camping place has a good view, you have to collect the wood before you get there, two days only, has a toilet there.” – Noonie


7.30pm

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“I tried to keep quiet BUT MY ANCESTORS WON’T LET ME.” – Garry


7.30pm

15193647_1808162402773161_8978015254446854736_n“Every now and then you come to a high place in the land, we get to stop and just take in the views, I use the camera to see what my eyes look at, the good thing about the camera, I get to share some of what I get to see.” – Noonie


8pm

15181664_1892922397597614_2582419021783496116_nWhen you stop and think for a bit. You look back to see how far you come from home. In my hole life I never knew I well do something like this. But like they say if you what to see change. It start with you.

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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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