Day 169: Leaving Port Augusta…sort of

Day 169: 7.30am

Added some new condition to the walk for justice hat. The black cockatoo feathers from my country area the south west. One of the uncles back from home giving me these as a gifts. The black cockatoos a very secret bird and special in the south west. I’m happy to have this on my hat as a new condition. I know when this walk is finish this hat is going to worth a lot of money because it has a story behind it. I worn this hat from Perth to here and I’m going to keep this on my head until I finish this walk of in Canberra and wear it around after this walk.  I love this hat and going to be with me from the rest of my life until I die


Day 169: 8am

I just wanted thank this great man for helping me out for the last 5 days in Port Augusta. Stephen Atkinson your great man and man I can say thank you for all the think you have help me with by organizing the march for the 8th Wednesday 10-11am and showing me around your home town and also taking me to see the school and Aboriginal organization group. I also wanted thank you mate for letting me stay at your place for the last couple of days of me being in Port Augusta. Thank you Stephen your legend mate


Day 169: 10.30am

Hey all quick update just letting you know we a leaving Port Augusta and heading back up north to Glendambo roadhouse to start the walk again. It well take me about 8 to 9 day of walking from Glendambo to Port Augusta. But I be back in Port Augusta and walking in on the march Wednesday 8th for the walk over the bridge at 10-11am. In this next couple of day I keep you all update to let you know where I’m and so you know how far I’m out from Port Augusta for the march over the bridge cheer!!!


Day 169: 11am

Thanks again to good people and a roof over out thanks to Stephen Atkinson, we are heading out to continue the walk, we are looking forward to corning back to Port Augusta. – Noonie


Day 169: 2pm

Feeling happy and ready to get back into the walk again. Time to get back to Glendambo and start walking our way towards Port Augusta. Now on I’m going to start smiling when I take a photo 😉😛😜


Day 169: 9.30pm

Unfortunately as we were heading out Garrys car over heated about ten ks out, we had to turn around and come back to Port Augusta. Gavin and his family help out once again, thankyou once again for helping out. A new water pump and thermostat was put in, all is well, engine is ok we will try again tomorrow. Thanks again to good people helping out. Thankyou. – Noonie

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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