Day 114 – 115: The Last Roadhouse – NT

Day 114: 4.30am

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– Garry


Day 115: 8.30am

Hey guys quick update. We just reach the last roadhouse In northern territory. We going to rest up over night at the last roadhouse in the northern territory before we cross over the boarder to South Australia. South Australia boarder from where we are is about 20km down the road. The next place from this roadhouse is about 260km a way with signal. So that mean the team and I well be out of signal for about 6 days before we get hit the first town in south Australia. But in the time we are on the top end of south Australia when we pass over. We be visiting community, who not far from the main road to see the elderly, aboriginal leaders and the kids at they school.

Also see how think being going for the South Australia mob in the top end area. At the road house we are staying we have no signal, but we do have Wi-Fi so I can message people. It look like we will be hitting port August within the end of the months. So when we reach the next town I we’ll be giving the port August mob a call to start getting ready to march with me on the street and march with me for justice. I think port August is going to be where think are going to kick think up for the walk for justice. Also we need to start doing some action on this walk so the corporate government know that we the people of this country had a none and we a standing up for what right.


Day 115: 11am

15823536_1915621005327753_8572815381310542558_nI think I need to be more careful with the piece of the Uluru rock that traditional elder and custodian Reggie Uluru giving me. when I was talking with the spirit of the land asking for help and what need to be done for the walk for justice on Christmas day. That night in Uluru it rain heavy and it never rain heavy in Uluru for over 50 years. It mean the heart land is coming back to life and the spirit of the land must heard my voice and they know justice need to be served.

So next time when I pull out the piece of Uluru to ask the spirit for some help it mute rain heavy some where else where i’m. But i well be asking the spirit of the land to watch over me when I walk thought Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. When I get to Canberra I well pull out the piece of the rock of Uluru and ask the spirit to make it rain heavy in Canberra with a Storm over it. So Parliament house can get flooded out and the corporate government have no choose but to shut down Parliament house and came out to side see us.

But like how i said I need to be more careful with the piece of Uluru because it very powerful and it where all the songline connect and the spirit of the land a traveling with me and are watching over me with this piece of Uluru rock I got.


Day 115: 3pm

It is still green along the way South, but starting to feel the heat of the days heading South. This is from camp to Kulgera Roadhouse 54ks. – Noonie


Day 115: 3.30pm

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Day 115: 3.30pm

15894911_1915798018643385_1796307193541157185_nYou know what I feeling that proud of my self thinking about how far I walk from Perth all the way right in the middle of Australia thought summer, a heart wave and rain Storm. No one on this earth well never forget the name Clinton Pryor in the century to come. A first nation man who walk a cross a hole country for justice and walk be on Ghandi and Dr King walk for justice.

Walking in the foot step of my old people seen traditional time and may be the last traditional man to walk a cross on my ancient land but I hope I not the last to walk a cross.

The elders have told me I well make the history book and my name well live on when I pass away. The world well know that I well be the first person in humans history to walk across a hole country for justice when I finish the walk in Canberra. Glory, honor, respect and most of all my name well live thought the century to come when i’m gone from this earth because what I did in this century of time of age for my people, for my culture, for my ancient land, for the wild life and most for all bring this country together in harmony.

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.

2 thoughts on “Day 114 – 115: The Last Roadhouse – NT”

  1. I am proud to follow your walk for justice, Clinton, and happy that you have such a great support team. ‘May the wind be in your back and the road rise to meet you’ is an old Irish saying. Our hope is that you continue to get more help and support from all over Australia and your fantastic project gets massive support from the politicians in Canberra!!!!!!

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