Just at Jameson primary school the other day telling the kids about my walk for justice. What I’m doing and how any one in this world have a dream. I told the kids that if you got a dream of being something in this world go and get it and never give up on it. But always remember who you are and where you come from. When life get hard for you in the big city, town or in other community where you are working. You can always come back to country to help heal up your spirit again that what I told the kids.
I just wanted to thank Darcy Wood from Jameson community today for giving me a woomera for a birthday present and welcoming me in Jameson community. I never ask for a better present that being giving a woomera for a birthday gift.
The other day at the boarder with elders having a yarn about thinks and having a interviews where the three state meet. The northern territory, western Australia, south Australia state. Also talking with the locals an people around the area about the walk for justice.
Because it my birthdays today. I have decide and let the team have a day of rest. Tomorrow morning we be starting the walk again and make our way to the board of northern territory. It about three to four days out from where we are. So today I’m going hunting out bush and going to test out the woomera to see if I can catch a bush Turkey, kangaroo, or emu. Some thing to eat for tonight mmmmmmm bush food. I must go and understand how the old people hunt back in the old day.
“At Wingellina Community, before heading to the borders.” – Noonie
“A stop at Blackstone Community.” – Noonie