Day 75, 76: Leaving Jameson

Day 75: 8am

15134805_1809792262610175_2527825284421795353_n“On our way now out of Jameson, the house we stayed in, more good people we talked to in another Community.” – Noonie


Day 75: 10am 

15241145_1171569872934115_8215389400791448758_nAbout one k from the main road we hit a small camel, we all o.k and on the move back on with the walk. We about three days out from the next community. Look like we need a new windscreen for the car. We hope they have one in the next community. But us three we o.k and still doing the walk. The Camel is die now. We had no choose. But to put it down.


Day 75: 4.30pm

We just walk it into Wanarn community. We didn’t know Wanarn community was about 30km to 40km far from us on the walk. We had a talk with the Wanarn people and they going to help us out with a other windscreen. We be staying in Wanarn community tonight and tomorrow night until the car check and the windscreen change to a new one.

We be starting the walk again on Sunday morning towards Warakurna community. Warakurna community from Wanarn is about 60km. We be getting into Warakurna community by Sunday night. Than start the walk to the boarder and that is 50km to the northern territory.


Day 75: 5pm

15192787_1894803607409493_5281699791564272715_nThank you to Wanarn community for helping us with a new windscreen and going to check the car out. We don’t waste time, we get straight into it and fix the problem. So we can get back into the walk. Garry Ashwin getting a new windscreen out from a old car. Next time we be on the look out for camels. So this don’t happen again.


Day 75: 6.30pm

15109629_1809988585923876_1943308989105578606_n“This is from the top of the hill at Wanarn Community.” – Noonie


Day 76: 10.30am

15202553_1895154434041077_4373630380617586557_n5 more days just 5 more days. When I get to the heart land. I well know than that i walk it from Perth to Uluru.


Day 76: 2.30pm

15181706_1895230390700148_4726560395802064914_nI’m starting to look way more different. When I first started the walk for justice. A lot more wiser and a strong man.


Day 76: 12pm

15241908_1172970759460693_6636015957469483384_n“Here is a rare photo of Clinton doing some work, cleaning the broken glass out of the car.” – Garry


Day 76: 6pm

15192575_1895286860694501_6151899338381978490_nThe walk for justice car is good as new. She back in business and ready to start the walk again tomorrow towards Warakurna community. She gotten us this far and she going to get us to the end of the journey Canberra. She one unbelievable car. When thought a camel, hit a bird, goanna, had a flat tyres, got stuck in sand where we have to push her out and had a block converters where she was only doing 20ks a hour towards the roadhouse after Cosmo. But she still going. The good old holden commodore.

She part of the team the old girl she is. When she go into the Australia museum after this walk is finish. She be know as the car who help a team and a man who walk across Australia for justice. Well done to Garry Ashwin and Noonie Raymond for doing a amazing job on getting the new windscreen on her and thank you to Wanarn community for giving us a new windscreen.


Day 76: 11pm

15178115_1895406640682523_4443904602836275174_n“I have walk, walk and walk. Not because I sick and tired of what going on. It because I choose to make a difference and chance a dream that I know well happen. We all have a dream that we love to do and want to become. But it is up to you to choose to chance it or don’t do nothing about it. We as human only live once on this earth and you well never live again when you pass on”

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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