Days 193 – 196: Schools in Port Augusta

Day 193: 7.30pm

The sun rise at Port Augusta the hill behind has a golden look at sun rise, clouds moving over the hill top. A lookout over looking Port Augusta, a good view over Port Augusta and a sun set to end the day. – Noonie

Day 194: 8.30am

None thing more proud than I can be is telling story to kids about the walk I’m doing. The most amazing think when you tell kids a story about what your doing and about how they can do it to is that when i tell my story. I ask the kids what they want to be and what they dream when they grow up. The kids tell me they story and what they want to be. I tell them how they can do it and how they can have they dream to. The walk inspired kids who I have see and make them think if he can do it I can do it to

Day 195: 12pm

At the youth centre with the high school children. – Noonie

Day 196: 10am

Caught only 1 pan size,talked to a old local guy he Say’s don’t get much big fish here now because the prawn trawlers down port perie way dragging every thing. – Garry

[pic by Noonie from the other side of the bridge]

Day 196: 6.30am

Good morning all !! I’ve meant to be walking today to finish the walk of into port Augusta. But I woke up yesterday morning with a sore neck, block nose and a headache. So it mean I’m getting a cold 😷 so today i’m resting until I get better 😞 I hope I feel better tomorrow so I can finish the walk of into port Augusta.

Day 196: 12pm

The sun was setting so I climb a hill to go up in the lookout for the photos, this was Saturday. – Noonie

Day 196: 4pm

I was wondering why this boat skeleton was here. It was left when is was finished with. The Port Augusta Shire had an offer of $100.00 if it is there you can come and get it for $100.00. No rushing ok. – 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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