Day 190: South of Pimba

Day 190: 6am


Day 190: 6.30am

Leaving Pimba yesterday morning. – Noonie


Day 190: 10.30am

No more walking on the road for a bit. Time to catch up on some km by walking a cross country. None thing more better than walking on country with the old people and wildlife. I can see tree, water and wildlife in the distance yyyyeeeee I love been back out here


Day 190: 11am

The landscapes on the 19th March, morning up to lunch time. – Noonie


Day 190: 11am

[Admin Toby] Shirts are on their way from the factory for postage! Apologies this lot has taken a long time – the orders must reach over 30 for manufacture to begin. Unfortunately we cannot keep a range on stock for immediate purchase – so they must be pre-ordered.

People in Adelaide will have them before Clinton arrives πŸ˜„πŸ‘£


Day 190: 11.30am

Morning to camp, the Country changes from open space to bush, good Country. – Noonie


Day 190: 5.30pm

It is amazing and unbeliever 😊 can’t walk no where without someone knowing who I’m. The first think people do when they see me walking or see me in they area. They yel 😱 out the word it the walker 🚢and I’m like hello πŸ‘πŸ˜€people look at me like i’m a celebrate and hero because of the walk I’m doingπŸ˜‘. But I what to let people know I’m not a celebrate or a hero. πŸ˜€ I’m some one who just what to help out by making a stand for justice and making a stand for change in this time of ageβœŠπŸ‘Š


Day 190: 9.30pm

I have come to far to back down now, I well fight for justice for my people and for everyone else. I well fight, fight and keep on fighting for my people treaty, to get think done right and to get think done right for everyone else who live here. These man who are in power may have the money and the power to change people mind. But what I have that they don’t and that is the love from my people, from my old people and from everyone else.

I walk this land in the foot step of my old people and may be the last traditional man to walk across seen traditional time. But as long there is breath in my lung and straight in my body i well never give up the fight knowing we can win this. I hope I do not stand alone in Canberra that my people and everyone else in Australia well stand with me for justice and for change.

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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