Vicki met the guys at Erldunda Roadhouse, Uluru.
Darryl met Clinton in Port Augusta
Ann’s kids got to meet Clinton in Port Augusta
Port Augusta Bridge Walk!
Thalia on Clinton: “You radiate hope for change.”
Some food been dropped off, just some more great people we get to meet along the way.
This lady told us the walk has made people talk about history. She’s glad her gkids are having the chance to learn
Near Port Pirie
Longtime supporter Janette finally got to meet Clinton…
…and Noonie with her family in Port Pirie
Jacinta spotted Clinton near Snowtown
Just out of Port Pirie
SES worker near Snowtown
just out of Snowtown
A family stops to talk to Clinton.
This couple spotted us, turned around and waited for us…
…to walk with Clinton
Evelyn: To the world you may be one person but, to one person you may be the world.
It was great to share a cuppa with Clinton and his dedicated landcrew @ St Kilda Road
Faith: Wishing Clinton the very best, as he makes his way through the more populated reaches of South Australia.
Tammy Franks, SA Greens Member came out for a chat with Clinton
This lady was on her way to the Berossa valley, she heard a noise in the car pulled over to check it out. Clintons comes walking along, shock, she has been following Clinton on FB, what a day for her.
Another walker, she is going to park the car and come with us for a little while.
A bus load of people pull up and have a chat.
Margret: Was awesome walking a little way with you – for justice, and peace xm
Shazza: Enjoyed meeting you today at Murray Bridge and learning what you stand for and your vision of justice 🙂 keep going!!
Mayor of Tailem Bend came out to say hello
This lady was going the long way home to speak to Clinton
Stopped and had a good talk to good people.
Coming back from the dentist for her little girl meeting Clinton.
A family who have been friends with Clinton since back on the Island in Perth.
A stop and talk to Clinton and they hope to be in Canberra when Clinton gets there.
They dropped in to say hello and gave us cakes.
Peter Hughes, Clinton Pryor and Christopher Whittaker all in uniform
Getting a few things befor heading out to Nhill and people stop to say hello
“Wishing Clinton well on his #WalkforJustice. He stopped in Ballarat and received a warm welcome from traditional owners and community.” – Belinda
Samantha McIntosh, Mayor of Ballarat, came to shake Clinton’s hand
This lady was dropped off so she could walk with Clinton.
She has finished the walk and is picked up.
This lady wanted to know what Clinton was up to.
This lady had some frozen soup and some groceries for us, we are meeting some amazing people on this journey.
Stop to say hello and a few veges for the journey, has been a good day and great people.
Noonie & Elaine, Port Pirie
Uncle Chris Dodd yarning with Clinton