Day 233 & 234: Hahndorf & Mt Barker

Day 233: 5am

On our way to Hahndorf, had breakfast their and on our way to Mt Barker. – Noonie


Day 233: 9am

Good morning guys it another beautiful day of walking up in this hill. We was walking down the road near a farm this morning. This little horses see us so they come running down the hill fast as they can to come up to us to say hello.


Day 233

– Noonie


Day 233: 9.30am

Hey guys if you what to know where we are. We are in Hahndorf town walking towards Mount Barker town. We are walking thought the back way not on the Fwy guys.


Day 233: 6pm

Up to our stop for the day, then to our camp for the night. – Noonie


Day 234: 5am

From day break to the drop off and to the underpass. – Noonie


Day 234: 6am

We have just came through Mt Barker. – Noonie


Day 234: 10am

As you may know that a week a go I put up a statues about me been nominated for award for National Indigenous for human rights. Well yesterday afternoon i give the NIHR a call to let them know that i couldn’t make it to Canberra by may 10 and that i must keep to the walk I’m doing. But they ask me to ask some one to go an be respective on my behalf go in Canberra to collected the award.

A lot of people may say why would you do that and not go. You should go and collected the human right award for courage because of what you a doing. Well for started I when on this walk in the first place to make a difference and to fight for justice for everyone.

Second of all I don’t need a award yet when we all know I have to finish this walk first before collecting a award like that manly a human right award for courage.

Three of all it dose not feel right going all the way to collected award where the walk finish. When I know i need to make sure I have to walk it there to finish the walk of.

In my heart I must stay true on what I believe and stay true to the people why I went on this walk in the first place. I don’t need a award for what I’m doing. I’m already been awarded thought this walk why because I get to meet beautiful people on this walk, talk with elders, kids and family, meet my people on they country area to talk about issues, walk on country to see the beautiful land and wildlife and most of all walk a cross a country in the foot step of my old people seen traditional time to make a stand for justice and for change.

I have ask the NIHR to let me know on Friday who have won the awarded so I can put on Facebook saying well done to you and keep up the amazing work your doing. I what to walk it and do the right think by my heart and listen to my heart what it tell me to do. I stay true on who I’m and show the people what person i’m. A true man who stand for the people.


Day 234: 6pm

Hey guys just letting you know that tomorrow at 1:00pm the walk make it way into Murray Bridge town. Please if your from Murray Bridge or around from the area you can meet us at the corner of Adelaide hwy and Old Princess hwy next to the information center or at the caravan park.

Please if you walking with us tomorrow please get there at 12:30pm or before 1:00pm. Then we start making our walk down towards Sturt Reserve Park where there is going to be a BBQ, elders and other think to.


Day 234: 7pm

[Admin Toby] After almost half a day of searching along the roads, Peta found Clinton and the crew!
We would like to add Peta is 9 months pregnant! Wow ❤️👍


The rest stop to the car and say goodbye to our walkers. – Noonie


Day 234: 9pm

[Guest Post]

Day 222 & 223: Leaving the Ports

Day 222: 3am

Point Pearce. Narungga Country. A little rugged here, with lots of colours and lots of difference in the land scapes. Spending another day with good people, listing to the good and again the sad stories we have been listing to along the way to Port Wakefield. – Noonie


Day 222: 7am


Day 222: 7.30am

Time to listen to some Eminem song lose yourself and start getting ready to head into Adelaide. Let do this😬


Day 222: 9.30am

On my way down south now towards Adelaide way  let get the walk for justice into our first city


Day 222:11am

Clinton is on his way to Adelaide, we have enjoyed our stay in Port Wakefield. Another good place to stay. – Noonie


Day 222: 11.30am

I got nominated in finalist for human rights Anthony Mundine courage award

Dear Clinton Pryor,

Congratulations, you are a finalist in the 2017 National Indigenous Human Rights Awards (NIHRA). The category you are a finalist in is the Anthony Mundine Courage Award.

We would appreciate your attendance at the Gala Dinner to be held on Wednesday, 10 May 2017 at the Mural Hall, Commonwealth Parliament of Australia at 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm. Dress for the event is lounge suit.

For your information a copy of the NIHRA finalists media release is attached.

Please advise of your attendance as soon as possible via return email or contacting Louay Moustapha on 0404 313 414.

Congratulations again and I hope to see you in Canberra!

Kind regards,

The Hon. Shaoquett Moselmane MLC
Convenor
National Indigenous Human Rights Awards


Day 223: 12.30am

These are along the road. – Noonie


Day 223: 6pm

[Admin Gee] And a HUGE thankyou goes out to the team at Lifewear who have been amazing at answering all of our questions and queries along the way. They have also been doing the Supporters Tees at cost price, so that all profits go straight towards the walk. Thank you Lifewear!

PS. Check out their new NAIDOC range!


Day 223: 6.30am

Good morning guys  quick update I just wanted to thank Aboriginal Corporation Point Pearce Narungga Land Council and people for welcoming us into the country area. The team and I wanted thank you for putting on a lunch for us, showing us around, how thing been going for you guys and want you guys are trying to do for the people of Narungga. Also on Top thank you guys for helping us by donate $500 dollar to our cause.

We want to thank Graham Walker, Eddy Newchurch, Ernie Wilson, Kaylere Ojoughl, Ross Webb, Dylan Walker and Renata Miller.


Day 223: 10am