The mountains were covered in a smoke haze in the distance. The opening in the clouds aloud the sun to beam the light down, also along the slope.
That evening we had a visit by our two walkers Moureen and Ileine (hope my spelling in right) sister’s. Once again a story of a life in the bush to evade the Government process of taking children away.
Then came their story of life on their Country and the struggle with Government over the land on their Country. The same process and talk from Perth to Cann River. I had also received a photo to pass on. I have chosen this opportunity to pass it on.
The photo is a heart with the First People’s, Colours, of the First Nations of this Continent. The heart represents the Mother’s love. Mother to children, children to Mother and one of Country and the Earth. Culture. The impact of the Empire is still been used today, the Mother’s are still suffering today.
Theses two sisters, soft speaking women talk and speak the same, as all the people across the Continent. A great Continent of people’s with, an out dated Government values, that are not representing the people. – Noonie
Saturday 15th of July on our way to the border on the Monaro Highway. – Noonie
We crossed the Cann River a few times today, we picked up a walker and missed out on a lunch break. – Noonie
How far I have walk now not far to go know Sydney here we come. I be saying I walk it from Perth to Sydney and than from Perth to ccccaaaannnberra. Walk about 4,700km and 9month of walking soon to be 10month. I’m the spirit walker
Good morning guy it a other beautiful day today a bit cold but what can you say you got to love the beautiful morning when you waking up to it and get to set around the fire having a cup of coffee.
Day 240: 7am
[Guest Post] Walk for justice – Natalie
Day 240: 11.30am
Just letting people know where we are and which way we are walking We are on dukes hwy walking all the way to the Victoria broader guy
From camp to Ki Ki. – Noonie
Day 240: 1pm
[Admin Luke] Hey everyone, As the team continue to get closer and closer to the Victorian border and the movement for justice continues to grow, and it’s so great to see!
But with more activity and more people joining the walk comes more expenses – so please keep donating to help the team get to Victoria and beyond.
Canberra, the Walk For Justice is on it’s way!!!
Day 240: 2pm
[Admin Gee] Timesheets have been updated! New guestimations, projections, MAP! Over 3,700kms now!
Day 240: 4.30pm
Awesome artwork – Garry
Day 240: 5pm
I been thinking about it all day today and I’m going do it. Just going to let everyone know after leaving Melbourne and walking to Sydney on the coast line and then on to Canberra. I have decided that I going to get a bag of Forrest seed and take it with me. So I can planet Forrest seed on the coast line all the way to Sydney where i be walking than planet seed from Sydney all the way to Canberra.
So in a couple of year this Forrest seed well grow into a Forrest tree. It be a trail of Forrest tree I have planet from Melbourne to Sydney on the coast than from Sydney to Canberra a trail. In a couple of year time I be retracting the walk again going over it. But in that time I be driving and i going plant tree again from Perth all the way to Melbourne. So From Perth to Kalgoorlie I be planting Forrest seed. Then from Kalgoorlie to port August it well be oranges and apples seed. Than from port Augusta to Melbourne it well be Forrest seed again.
So in couple of year time it well be a trail of tree from Perth all they way to Canberra showing people and future generation that I walk it thought that way and when you look it up on good map you well see a line of tree that well show you i walk it that way and i have planet them and on top it well look like a snake. I just what to give something back to this world and do it for the planet and wildlife.
On top if people get lost in the desert area they have a line full of trees of Oranges and apple to eat and it well help people with fluid. So I going do this from Melbourne to Sydney than on to Canberra I be planting a line full of Forrest seed and I going to plant this seed 1km a part. I wish I did this at the start but that o.k
What you guys think of this idea, I just what to give something back to his world before I die.
Day 240: 7pm
Ki Ki to Coonalpyn. Camp is set up. – Noonie
Day 240: 9pm
[Admin Toby] On this day 9th May 1927 “Jimmy Clements and John Noble, made a big effort to turn up for the opening of the provisional parliament house in Canberra nine decades ago.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House has marked the 90th anniversary with a special exhibition, featuring research by its historian Stephanie Pfennigwerth, on the two Indigenous men. Clements (Nangar or Yangar) and Noble were Wiradjuri men from southern New South Wales, both aged about 80.
Each walked at least 150km to the Federal Capital Territory before the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of York (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth), who formally opened the new federal parliament on 9 May 1927.
They were well-known throughout New South Wales and the capital territory.
Non-Indigenous people knew Clements as “King Billy”, consistent with the condescending settler tradition of bestowing royal title upon blackfellas they considered compliant, important, peaceful or useful. He was a respected elder and Lore man – a “clever man” – who performed Wiradjuri “burbong” (initiation), and a showman with the boomerang and spear.
Noble, also a clever man, was, like Clements, a renowned performer at country shows and football matches with boomerangs. He liked to say things were “marvellous”.
Noble has shorter hair and a more closely cropped beard. This certainly describes Clements and paints a man whose act was performative – letting it be known sovereignty was never ceded, eyeballing the duke and courting of media attention.
The National Archives of Australia describes it as “possibly the first recorded instance of Aboriginal protest at Parliament House in Canberra”. It was the precursor to so much activism – from the 1938 Day of Mourning, the fight for recognition and much else in 1967, and the ongoing battle for land rights that manifested with the enduring tent embassy, just across the road, on Australia Day 1972.
The sign out front reads: Sovereignty never ceded.”
We have left Coonalpyn and on our way out. – Noonie
Day 241: 10.30am
This illegal foreign government now attacking my country men and country women in two different way to take away our sovereign right and giving us less power over our lands.
One way is that this government is spending million of dollars of tax payer money on this recognition campaign. It to make people of Australia none first nation people think we what recognition and they doing this by showing you on our first nation football player, TV show and using our own people in political that we support recognition and that Australia should vote for it so we can have rights an be part of the constitution.
Put little you many know is that when my people come a part of a foreign constitution that was not from here we become British subject and what it dose it take away our sovereign right. My people what to let everyone know that we do not what recognition and we don’t support it. They a liein to everyone saying we support it but we don’t. We a sovereign people of this land and we what to keep our sovereign right and they are trying to take it away thought this recognition campaign you see on T.V with letter of R.
Second of all as you many know couple month back noongar won native title back thought the federal court and stop a deal between western Australia governments and South west land sea council. What it was is the western Australia government was trying to take away our native title in south west sell it of for 1.3 billion dollar and was trying to take our right to land an sovereign right way.
But back at home in Perth our people stood up and said no to this deal. Our people said we not give away our right for 1.3billion dollar and we going to keep our land. So noongar took western Australia government and South west land sea council to court and won. It took a year before hearing we won in court. But little we know is that the federal government was watching this case known that the western Australia was going to lose this case.
After a week later the federal court said native title stay and thought out the ILUA meaning Indigenous Land use agreement out the window ad native title stay in south west. A week later federal government in Canberra when on TV announced they was going to water down native title and give mining company more protection on land from native title. We what land right not mining Right.
The federal government in Canberra knew they was going to lose this case and now they trying to water down native title across Australia. So they can give more power to billion air over mining the land. What world are we living. What this government meat to be for the people or for this billion air. To me this government has lose it way and forgot who they mean to repcent when voted in.
So now you know this government is not for it people they for billion air and they attack my people in two different way. To take away our sovereign right and destroy native title a cross Australia to give more protection to billion air mining company.
This has to stop and now you know.
Day 241: 11am
Bit icey this morning – Garry
Day 241: 2.30pm
From Coonalpyn to our lunch break – Noonie
Day 241: 6pm
From lunch to Tintinara, were we have been invited to stay overnight at a house, a lovely lady we had meet just before Adelaide, an invite on the side of the road, much appreciated. – Noonie
Day 241: 8.30pm
As Many of you may already know or may not know I am Clinton Pryor “The Spirit Walker”.
I started my “Walk for Justice” on the 8th of September 2016, Leaving Perth I started of walking for the justice of my people for the Government forcing of their communities.
It became apparent very quickly that People of all backgrounds are suffering from the long treasonous hand of this corrupted corporate Government, this has now taken my walk to a complete new level and the walk for justice is now a walk for everyone in this country to come together and make a stand against this Government to have them removed or under control by culture council. To allow us to start again for the people and the land so that there will be a safe place for all our children to come and always be run by the people with a governing culture council to oversee and keep the government on the correct path so that what has happened here to our people can never happen again!
There will be a meeting well be held from the 19th to the 21st of May 2017 at the Victorian Tent Embassy at 8 Majorca Rd. Maryborough 3465. Helen Dodds Aboriginal Tent Embassy Victoria.
We are calling on all Sovereign Nations and descendents of the settlers across this great land to come to this meeting in Victoria in the first instance.
There will be more meetings to follow over the next few months for the preparation of what is decided to be done when we arrive at Canberra.
For years many of us have had great ideas to regain our land and our freedom but this Government have always either blocked or they back track on their promises with the agreements made!
Signally we have not had any success on any main stream level. Thus I put to everyone and the reason for this meeting is to bring the people from all over together and share the ideas and with discussion together we all need to continue to Canberra and face this Government head on and do not back down until they have been removed or under control by culture council and we can action our plans to start over in a fairer way for all people to live and enjoy life as it should be.
With all of us standing together with the one common cause, the power goes to the people. Government law no longer takes preference, People are now the law.
Once this has taken place and no doubt this will be discussed in the meetings, it is now they have gone because the people have stated so then the old borders can be put back and all countries can start to look after themselves again but under a new parliament as such elected by the people and Governed by a Cultural Council.
The need for all countries to be represented to have their say and to hear what is said by others is of the highest importance and will be the most important event to ever happen for this Country.
It in our best interest.
So Please come to this meeting or if you cannot come comment your email address so we can send you a copy of video voice recording to you about what happen at the meeting.
Good morning all here today at the foreshore in Port Augusta leaving today to head south towards Adelaide way i just wanted to say thank you port Augusta mob for having us here in your beautiful amazing town. But now I leave today and head south. It time we head the road.
Day 202: 7.30am
It bit weird walking thought a town again after walking for last 5 month though bush. But now walking though a town with civilisation it feel weird and nerves. I think it got to do with seeing a lot of people and seeing a lot of car’s again because now we need to be more carefully on the road. But also everyone can see us now. It a good think no more hiding must let them know who is the spirit walker and why is this man walking to Canberra for justice
Day 202: 9am
Please help and donate guys we need all the help we can get. Please share to your Facebook page and tell family and friend to donate to if they can. Think well get easy for us because now we back into civilisation. But we still need donation to help with fuel and food to get us all the way to Canberra cheer
Day 202: 10am
On our way out of Port Augusta have good here once again thanks to good people. – Noonie
Day 202: 10.30am
How far we need to walk to get to Adelaide and what town we be walking though
Day 202: 11am
Just keep walking and keep walking. Spirit walker on his way towards Adelaide.
Day 202: 1pm
[Admin Gee]Timesheets have been updated! New map, new (very generous) guestimations! Over 3,300kms so far! just over 2000kms to go!
[Clinton] How far I have walk now soon I be saying I walk it from Perth to Adelaide, then from Perth to Melbourne, then from Perth to Sydney and then from Perth to the original tent embassy in Canberra. Here I come all you devil politics in Canberra. The fire from the west is coming.
Day 202: 1.30pm
Heading out of Port Augusta onto the highway. – Noonie
Day 202: 4.30pm
At the end of the day, the photos are mainly of the Ranges and a place called Sundrop, grows tomatos. – Noonie
Hey all everyone has being asking about when I be walking into Port Augusta for the walk over the bridge. Tomorrow afternoon my support team well be returned back from Perth to where I’m. when they are back here tomorrow afternoon the team and i well be driving back up to Glendambo to start the walk again. The walk from Glendambo to Port Augusta well take me about 8 days of walking.
The day of the march is on a Wednesday the 8th around 10-11am next month. On the 8th of March the police will be escorting me and my supporters down the road from the Standpipe and over the bridge and down to the foreshore. Everyone is welcome to join and walk with me over the bridge. Everything has being organize and ready to go for the 8th of march. I well be creating a event page on Facebook tomorrow so people well know when and what day the march over the bridge well start.
Day 168: 11am
[Admin Gee]Timesheets have been updated! Over 3000km so far! New map! As always, dates and times are subject to change as things pop up along the walk… ie. Justice Mobile needing an engine replacement!
Day 168: 6.30pm
Here watching Dusty Feet dancing tonight. Please watch the video I share Here is the link to the Dusty Feet web site to follow them on Facebook.
Day 168: 7pm
[Admin Gee] Admin Luke took L-FRESH The LION for a nice long walk through the wetlands the other day, sporting his Clinton’s Walk Supporter Shirt.
This was a few days ago just before I lost my phone. – Noonie
Day 123: 9.30am
This is were I lost my phone, we were diging a ramp to pull the trailer up and out, I felt something in side the leg of my pants, it was a 100mm ( cenapeed ?) It was crawling up the pants, when I put my hand on it I felt the boby on my leg, so getting it out was on my mine ! The phone was given bact to myself this morning by the police, thankyou to the people who handed it in. Thankyou. – Noonie
We were bogged then unhooked the trailer, got a flat tire ,broke the jack and then had to get the trailer out with the snatch rope worst day so far but alls well. – Garry
Hey guys quick update. Just letting you know the car is fix and we are ready to go to get back into the walk again. But before we start the walk again towards port August way. The team and I have decided today that we should visit one more APY community call MiMili. Mimili community is about 100km west from Marla roadhouse it is where APY women council group is. I have decided that I should see the APY women council group and have a meeting with them before I head south.
I have had meeting none stop with a lot of man group in community on this walk and had meeting with some of the women group. But this is a time where I can set down and listing and understand the APY elderly women council group from the central desert on what they want for they people and understand what is need done in APY community in the central desert. It is also about asking the APY women council group from the central desert to get support for the walk. I be having a meeting Tomorrow with APY women council group and Elders in MIMIli community.
Day 123: 7pm
The Mimili Community, the car gets a good reception, with Clinton talking to the Community people. The sun set and the moon rise is on top of rock hills around the Community. I was ready to walk down after the sun set, when I turned around and the moon was half up, it reminded me of the moon at Uluru. I like this journey. – Noonie
Day 123: 7pm
Look at where we staying for tonight in Mimili community. APY community have being so nice and helpful at think we need. We also got Foxtel to never watch foxtel seen we left Perth.
Day 124: 7pm
Mimili – Garry
Day 123: 7.30pm
The one think I have notest out in community is the way how my people look after the wildlife and do what best to help save animals like horse, dingo and other animal you can name in Australia. We as a people of the land who been living here for 100,000 years love taking care of it and know what need to be done to help the land and wildlife it self.
PS this baby horse was all a long out in the Bush not far from the community. So the women group got together and when out to save this baby horse and do what best to help other wild life who need help out in the desert area.
“Think of the courage shown by individuals like Clinton Pryor, a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and Yulparitja man, who is making a long walk for justice from Perth to Canberra, protesting about the closure of remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia, amongst other things.
As I read about his journey to date – at his website and ABC – I imagined, what if…
…what if other people, in other places and other countries, followed in his footsteps? What if Clinton’s long walk was just the beginning of many other such transformative journeys?
There is nothing like a long walk for bringing clarity to confused thoughts and agendas, and for connecting us with what matters most.”
Day 121: 4pm
Hey guys quick update just letting you know we just reach Marla roadhouse about 160km from the boarder of Northern Territory the first road house we got to in South Australia. We got a bit of a set back the weather up this way on top of South Australia is really hot and the car has being playing up. The water pump in the engine of the car is broken and now has a hole in it. So that mean our engine has being over heating and we cannot go a head down south with out fixing it.
Also on top the roof rake on the trailer has broken down and falling on the trailer and that need fixing to and we don’t have no spree tyres. But thank to APY community Indulkana we when to see just than have allow us to use they work shop to fix the water pump in the engine and fix up the roof rake and also giving us three new tyres for free. We a going to stay over night at the marla roadhouse and tomorrow go out to Indulkana community to fix the car up.
I just wanted to thank APY Indulkana community for allowing us to use the work shop and giving us a helping hand to fix the car up and giving us three new tyres. Thank you Indulkana community.
Day 121: 7pm
Thanks so much Samantha!
Day 122: 8am
Wake up this morning watching the news how the weather like for today. The weather in Queensland is 38 dragees all ready at 7:00am.I like well I been walking no stop thought this summer heat and the weather it self is just warming up. It been not stop heat every sin we walk into south Australia. So there for the team and i going to be walking at night and chill all day so we don’t get sun burn in the day time.
We going to stay a other night in Marla roadhouse because the car is not fix. We a going back out to the community to continued working on the car until it finish. Than start getting back into the walk again and make our way south towards port August.
Day 122: 4pm
It been a very busy day today everyone was working hard on the car and the trailer to get think done and ready to head south. The new tyres are on, widow is fix and the rake on the trailer is fix. The only think left now is to fix the water pump in the engine. Once the water pump is fix than we can get back into the walking heading towards port August way. I feel good doing a good day of working hard. Now it time to relax and have something to eat and have a beer after hard day of working.
Day 122: 5.30pm
Half way there still got another 2, 530km* to go to reach the end of this journey I when on. This journey I went on with Garry and Noonie well always be with me when I finish it and for the days of my life until I get old. I know people have being waiting on me to start speaking the truth. But I waiting until the right time because I’m enjoying what I’m seeing out here on the land and out in the bush because I’m with my ancients and my people learning and understand what need to people done for my people and for the wildlife. Port August is where I well speak and how I’m going to move this country forward.
This walk I’m on is more than me it is about all of us and it about how we can make this right. I have walk and walk on this land within my ancient foot steps and seen thought they eyes how they live of the land and how they live free for over 100,0000 until Western came here and change our way of life. Now I understand why my ancient showing me thought the spirit fire to walk a cross the country. When I was on heirisson island in Perth fighting to stop community to be closure down and for the homeless to get home. My ancient wanted me to do this because to end the sufficient, pain and save my culture from dieing out and bring this country together.
This country is ready to make it right because the people out there on this land we share and my people wanted change but didn’t know how to bring us together and have being yelling for it. But thought this walk has made it happen, there all different culture people in this country and around the world watching this walk. This walk was never about me, it about bring us together and putting our difference to the side because we all wanted the same think and that is to live happen, free and make the world a better place.
*[Admin] Distance to be adjusted after Timesheets update!
I’m a man on a mission to make a stand for my people and for this country. I have walk it thought the south west, the western desert and now walking it thought the central desert. I well not stop because now I know I can do this and finish this walk of. The time for change has come. I’m no longer know as Clinton Pryor, but know now the walker who walk in the foot step of the old people.
Day 83: 8.30am
I have conquer the west. Thank you to the old people for helping and keep watching over us. It meant to be a heat wave on us right now. But a storm came down out of no where from the north west. There a storm coming to Uluru from the west and his is the walker. The Storm well make it all the way to Canberra. It is coming the storm is, it is coming.
From Docker River to the first camp was good for us, we enjoyed the WILD life the view are breath taking, weather we take as it comes. – Noonie
Day 84: 5pm
[Admin Gee] Timesheets update: New map! New state! Over 1800kms and counting!
Day 84: 11am
On our way to meet up with Clinton Pryor as we leave Uluru. – Brett
The second day from Docker River was dust free thanks to the rain over night, was a good day for the walk. – Noonie
The third day? It rain a lot more and continue through the day, it went from good to a hard day, the water on the road turned the road into a boge and soft road, we had a good work out this day. But still enjoy it. Not much shelter out here from the rain, was not cold, if the wind was up it would have been different, steady rain, the road was not going to dry out today. – Noonie
The fourth day from Docker River, the rain look like it was going to stop, the road dryed out on the way, much better than yesterday. – Noonie
Day 87: 11am
Cave paintings near Docker River – Noonie
Day 87: 12pm
From Docker River, all that gravel with rain along the way, the views were still pretty good all the way to the bitumen near Uluru. – Noonie
Day 87: 5pm
Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Uluru yyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeee i made it to Uluru. Walk it from Perth to Uluru. I feel so proud of my self right now.
“Along the way we look for good shade under the biggest tree’s we can find, these tree’s give good shade and the ground is cool to sit on. We need regrowth not forest devastation.” – Noonie
Day 65: 9pm
“Tjukayirla Roadhouse, Alan and Serena Lancaster, a great place to be, there way no complaints here, it turned out to be the best place for Clinton to recover.” – Noonie
Day 65: 10am
It a whole new world out here. Only the strong may only take this path, Only the Strong. I have now understand, felt and see thought the old people eye’s. Why we need to look after the land, song line, secret site, wild life and must of all keep our culture a live the dream time. A new dawn has come for change and with it a hero has come forward in time of hardness.
Day 65: 10am
“A bit of a let down, the drive thru must have moved on before we got there.” – Noonie
We just at the Warburton art gallery. Looking at the art work from the locals. The Warburton people came up with a new way of doing art painting of the dream time. They do the dream time painting in to glass. Warburton is the only community that do this and I think it a good idea how they do they art this need to be share.
“The high grounds, you can see a good distance, the views are worth seeing.” – Noonie
Day 65: 5pm
The think I love must about this walk. Is that I get to set down with elders and community leader and listen to they story, community issue and what they want for they people in they community. I love doing this walk and I well never forget it after it finish. I well make sure I well tell everyone about this walk I have done for my people.
Day 66: 8.30am
Good morning all just letting you know I be doing acknowledged and support for people who need my help and support. So today I be putting up picture for people to tell my family, friend’s and follower to show they support for them and help to push for change. It is about coming and working together to build a better future for all o.k
Also I be busy all day talking with the elders and locals having a meeting with them about issue they need to done in Warburton. I hope you all have a good day today
Day 66: 9.30am
Hi everyone, meet John. I met him 13 days ago on the road from Laverton to Cosmo community. John has been walking for the last 7 months raising money leukodystrophy. A disease that affects the brain and spinal cord etc. He’s on his way to Perth. He left from cape York QLD.
I take my hat off to him. Walking for 7 months already and says he will be in Perth after Christmas. So if by chance you do drive past him give him a wave, stop to say hello or even give him a bottle of water, food or some spare change to help him with raising money for this cause.
He walk across Australia 3 time and this is his last walk across Australia. He about 65 year old and we call him the Forrest gum of Australia. When I met him on the central desert road he told me that I was the first walker i meet on his journey and the youngest one as well. I ask him why are you raising money for leukodystrophy diseases.
He said that his wife had it and she pass away from having it. So he doing it for her and try help and save other who got it. So please if you see him help him please give him so think to help want he need to finish his walk to Perth and money to help him raise for leukodystrophy. John old boy god bless you and I hope to meet you again when you back at home in Geelong mate.
Day 66: 12.30pm
Here waiting to be call in to have a meeting with Ngaanyatjarra council group in the western desert to see if I can get the full support of the 13 community out here in the western desert for the walk for justice. I hope I can get full support from the grass root people in the western desert I well need they help on this walk.
Also I’m here with Patrick Green and Winston Green on the right of the picture who are here to represent Tjukurla community for they issue to speak at Ngaanyatijara council.
Day 66: 6pm
It been a long day of having a meeting with Ngaanyatjarra council to see if they want to support and back my walk for justice for the grass root people of the 13 community out in the western desert. The best think was is that they going to support and back my walk for justice. I’m so happy to hear and know that I got the backing and support from 13 community out in the western desert. Also to stand with me to fight for justice for all our indigenous people in Australia and for all none indigenous in Australia. It time for justice and it time for change.
Day 67: 7.30am
“The weather here at Warburton went from sunny yesterday, to overcast to lighting, light rain to steady rain. Today we are preparing and thinking of leaving tomorrow.” – Noonie
Day 67: 12pm
I just wanted to thank uncle Andrew James Harris from Warburton community. Who donate his painting to me as a give from the western desert people. The emu dreaming painting. His one of the most top painted people out here in the western desert. I seen all his painting and i can say he can paint people. Thank you uncle Andrew James Harris. The Warburton people can do amazing and beautiful painting out here just beautiful.
Day 67: 3pm
Today at Warburton primary school talking with the kids. I just wanted to thank the primary school of Warburton for inviting us to they school
Timesheets page has been updated! New Map! 938kms from Perth to Laverton so far!
– Admin Gee
Day 43 : 2.30pm
“Laverton, we are in a caravan, about head off to the race track, enjoying the people here.” – Noonie
Day 43: 5pm
“Laverton race club, the kids get a close look, a fun day for them.”
“At Laverton race track there was a fire works display, I was posting a video of it but, the music in it stop it going on post, so you can not see it, it did top a good night off well.” – Noonie
Day 43: 7.30pm
“At Clint’s before the races Laverten.” – Garry
Day 45: 9.30am
Hello quick update. I leave Laverton tomorrow as because I busy all day going to the Laverton primary school, need to go to the post office, getting a second vehicle to travel with us thought the desert area on to Canberra and talking with the elders about want being happen in Laverton and what need to be done. It starting to warm up as well so I starting to realise that it going to be hot traveling though the center road. But I’m ready and can do this.
Day 45: 2.30pm
“Clinton comes to meet the children at Mt Margaret school.” – Noonie
Day 45: 1.30pm
I’m here at the that one spot where the road end and turn in to gravel road. It where I be walking on for 17 to 20 day until Warburton without no signal. This where I well say to my self if you want to show the world how strong, powerful and a leader I’m to make a change in this world. I well make this walk on to Warburton than Uluru. This part of the walk well be the hardest think I have every done in my life.
It is now getting hot and I mute have to walk at night where the temperature get negative 7 degree. This is where I become a man and a strong man. I can see my old people well be watching over me.
But this walk is for everyone and to show them it only take one person to change the world we live in. The power of one. Though out history is it is the action of one person that can inspired the movement of change. I’m doing this for my family, my friends, my people, my follower, Australia and for the world.
I well complete this part and everyone well be watching this part to see if I can do it or not. But I well let you all know that I can do this because I believed I can do this and believed that this world we live in can become a better place than want it is now.
Day 45: 3pm
Day 45: 4pm
Hey guys if you want a t shirt Clinton walk’s for justice. It well be available soon on the website when it created and I well let you know how to get one. I just wanted to thank Toby John for organizing this for us. Also I just wanted to thank lifewear for making them for us. All profit’s well come to us to help with the walk. Just keep an update to see when they are available.
Day 45: 5.30pm
Tonight on NITV the point with Stan grant at 9:00pm. Please watch tonight and see want they going to say about me and the walk I’m doing.