Day 136: 7.30am
This would have been a rough ride solid rubber tires and chain driven MT Willoughby station. – Garry
Day 136: 8am
Day 136: 8am
Day 136: 6pm
Well tomorrow it going to be Australia day. I hope to see all my people and none indigenous people tomorrow marching on the street and standing up for what right. I be watching tomorrow and I hope everyone who think Australia day should be change will join the rally tomorrow. Me on the other hand cannot wait to get to port August to start making action for this walk for justice and start kicking think up by march over the bridge to stop the vehicle in they place to get this hole country eyes on this movement. It is time for change and justice to be served this country is ready for it.
Day 136: 9am
Garry’s Flashback Gallery
Day 136: 10.30pm
It may look like I’m walking a lone in this photo. But my culture walk within me and over 1 billion of my ancient from the pass are walking with me in spirit to Canberra because they only want one think and that is to save my culture and stand up to keep it a live so the next generation know about they culture and who they are.
Day 137: 5am
Today don’t be shame of marching on the street on invasion day. Walk with proud and honor for your ancients it time for the date to be change to other day. Revolution has come forward Go strong my people who are marching today a none is a none we stand with the straight of our ancient to march for this day to be change to a other day.✊
Bit of a flashback to Invasion Day 2015 when Clinton’s Walk For Justice was just an idea! Clinton lead the march. Admin Luke, Gee, Jake and Lisa were all present on this day. This was the beginning of the walk!
Day 137: 5pm
There no other place I would be right now than setting with my ancient in a cave where they live and draw painting on the wall telling story’s about the land and the wild life. It also place I like to go to set down with elders and listing to they story about they ancient and why they old people draw on the wall telling story about the dream time. The place of healing, a place of learning and a place where you can understand this story why our ancients painted this painted for.
PS I got permission from the ranger who look after this place of knowledge to take this photo.