Day 307: 9.30am
Nothing but Forrest and Forrest and Forrest.
Day 307: 6am
Friday 14th July. On our way to Eden.
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
Day 307: 7pm
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
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Along the road Saturday. – Noonie
Day 307: 10pm
[Admin Toby] Carolyn and Mark send congratulations to Clinton on reaching NSW!
From the Victoria, NSW Border to the Eden turnoff. – Noonie
Day 308: 3.30pm
Yyyyyyyeeeeeeeee we made it to the NSW boarder Yyyyyyyeeeeeeeee our four state. Sydney Redfern mob we on our way than it is Canberra. The Australian Capital Territory governor general here I come.
From the Monaro Highway turnoff to Eden to our pick up. – Noonie