Day 220: Port Wakefield

Day 220: 5.30am

We had a good tail wind Tuesday, on the farms along the way work is always going on. The salt lake is long and colourful. – Noonie

Day 220: 7.30am

Hey guys quick update just letting you know that we made it into Port Wakefield last around 9:30pm. We going to be resting today so that we can meet people here in Port Wakefield and talk to them about think and also listen to them what they what and why they what think change around in this country. We camping at the caravan park in Port Wakefield people a welcome to come here if you what to have a talk or meet us. Than tomorrow we start making our way into our first city Adelaide than yyyyeeeee . So please if you live in Port Wakefield come and see us or you can come up to us when you see us walking around having a look at the place

Day 220: 8.30am

A high hill to take photos from, good landscape. – Noonie

Day 220: 9am

Just with for a walk on my own just to have a look down the road going towards Adelaide way and have a think about thing that this is it and it now time to be ready for our first city. You have come this far from where you have started to now and you have collected a lot of knowledge and wished from a lot of people on the way of this walk. Now it time for you speak on what has been on your mind and want came be done to bring this country together and opening the people mind’s. So this it Mr spirit Walker. Time for you to give all you got because this well never happen again. One chance and one shot at this so let make this happen.

Day 220: 4pm

I don’t know how I did it. From a man been homeless, to man working in office with suit on, to man protecting on heirisson island for the homeless and community, to man walking across country for justice chancing a dream, glory and history book. I just don’t know how I did it. But I do know is I believe and I believe in something and that is making a difference in this world. It time rest up and get ready for our journey into Adelaide.

Day 220: 8pm

At Port Wakefield today, at the caravan park, last night not much wind but tonight, the wind is making up for it. – 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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