Days 100-107: (Rest) Alice Springs – XMAS

Day 100: 5.30am

15665699_1824346987821369_1980621446749926900_nGood morning all just letting you know we are up early and getting ready to head towards Alice Springs to have our break and enjoy our self wild we in Alice. We a leaving soon and going to be in Alice Spring around about 8:30am or 9:00am. It time we head to Alice Springs.


Day 100: 9.30am

Hey all just letting you know we just gotten into Alice Springs town. We are pack next to the Yeperenye centre. We just waiting on some one to come and lead us to the central land council office. So I can organized a place for the team and I a place to stay for the week until Monday when we get back into the walk again. Wild we a in Alice Springs we are here to spend time with the local, Traditional owner of this area and to rest up. If you what to meet up with me or what to see me the people of Alice Springs you can message me on Facebook or come up to me when you see me walking area town


Day 101: 8.30am

15621828_1909195159303671_140512010345354377_nGood morning all. I got this picture send to me the other day to walk for justice page from a young lady. She draw a picture of my face and think she didn’t do a great job of it. Well Let show her by seen how many like we can get on this amazing drawing she did. So she can see it and say to her self that she did a great job of drawing my face.


Day 101: 4.30pm

15578891_1909329172623603_6063884163421953892_nI like to thank Mt. Ebenezer Roadhouse Outback the Owner Steven Starken his worker Carol Rutherford and Tarwin Goncalves for helping by donating money and some food. Also I just wanted to thank Imanpa community for they warm welcome and support for the walk for justice. Thank you Imanpa community.


Day 101: 7.30pm

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Alice Springs tonight. – Garry


Day 102: 10.30am

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Day 102: 10.30am

15665940_1909677645922089_3755521600428314430_nThe other day meet up with Reggie Uluru two grand son not far from Uluru. The Uluru family and the people of Uluru a very friendly and Nice people and I’m always welcome to come to they community anytime after when the walk is finish.


Day 102: 6pm

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Day 103: 7am

15621894_1824251104497624_8604547632371671951_nThis is the view from a hill at the back of were we are staying not far from Alice Springs. – Noonie


Day 103: 12pm

15697621_1824346647821403_2461530103476646419_nAs we were leaving Uluru there saw a number of sand dunes, small to larger hills, good place to take some photos from. – Noonie


Day 104: 8.30am

15621984_1910496255840228_5094177208683346567_nI don’t know how I can walk all this way from Perth to center of Australia. Unbelievable I can say. But I do know how I did it and it got to do with believing in your self. Sometime there a lot of people out in this world don’t believed in they self because it got to do with saying I don’t know if I can do it. But once you believed in your self it well show you, you can do it. This world we live in need good people to make a difference so be that person and make that change.


Day 104: 12pm

15727335_1206699332754502_1603304331941575689_n– Garry


Day 105: 9am

abcFinely made the ABC news on Christmas day. Please have a read guys and also Merry Christmas to my family, friends and follower’s. I hope you all have a amazing day on Christmas.


Day 105: 5pm

15726231_1911093219113865_1566140898877139211_nI just got away from the team today. Just to set down on my own in the bush to have a think and talk with the spirit of the land what they need me to do. But I Also bring with me wild I set in the bush the piece of Uluru. To ask question to the spirit what need to be done to help me on this journey. There none thing more better than setting in the bush with the spirit of the land an the wild life singing away. Next year is a new year and we need our time to think.


Day 105: 6pm

Merry Christmas from myself at Alice Springs, light rain falling, cool weather, have a Merry Christmas and enjoy the day for we live for a better future, we just have to work at it. – Noonie


Day 106: 5.30pm

15727167_1911526345737219_285322097206849520_nThis what one person said about me on a comment on the ABC page: This is a man. A man with purpose. A man with courage. A man with a vision. A man to respect. A man to listen to. A man with a future.


Day 107: 5.30am

15698330_1826089144313820_6292235177093084166_nWere we are staying near Alice Springs there are hill all around, at the back these shots are from the second sets of hill these are higher than the first set, stronger wind on this climb. The rain has been heavier over night and wind stronger, no climbing today to wet. – Noonie


Day 107: 8am

15726341_1208983999192702_8689269972340939899_nWell don’t look like we’re going anywhere soon and we’re up hill. – Garry


Day 107: 10.30am

Good morning all please have a look at this video. We have a hard road head off us if we going to see think get better for all of us. But it can be done. If we want to see the change in this world for our future.


Day 107: 11.30am

15740742_1911874305702423_5032320308562616828_nFollow your vision and chance your dream. When you follower your vision and chance your dream. You well become more than anyone else on this earth.


Day 107: 3pm

15726716_1911932242363296_5713663439345284560_n-1Just at Kirra Voller and Joanna Voller house in Alice Springs having a cup of tea and having a talk with them about Dylan Voller and how think are going with the Royal commission. Well they have told me every thing about how Dylan been miss treated and still is being miss treated because he spoken out the truth about how young kids in don dale detention center are not being look after. Thank you Kirra Ashleigh Skye and Joanna voller for having the time to speak to us about Dylan and how think being going for him. keep up the amazing fight with Dylan. You guys have my full support all the way to get justice for him.


Day 107: 6.30pm

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[Admin] Timesheets have been updated! Over 2200kms from Perth to Erldunda!


Day 107: 7pm

15747508_1826340534288681_8890359551814457525_nOur last sun set at Alice Springs, as the light disappears from the sky. – Noonie


Day 107: 9.30pm

15732285_1912071209016066_5701334813259319295_o-1There amazing lady from American has being doing painting of me. This is one of her painting she did of me and she just finish it. Her friend that I been talking to over Facebook have told me she be doing a lot more painting of me because she like what I’m doing in Australia. I have ask her friend about when is the right time to put her name up so people can know who she is. But her friend said she want her friend name unknown until the right time. I ready like this painting and I cannot wait to see more of them.

Have also had a talk with a other Friend of my who I know very well. He know a lady from London England who what to write a book about the walk for justice. I have told my Friend that when the walk is finish than it be o.k to have a talk with her and see about writing a book about the walk for justice. There well be a book write up about the walk and it well start after the walk is finish. They say once a book is writing and it mute reach Hollywood if a movie dictator have a read of it and he or she mute what to make a movie about the walk for justice. But we have to wait and see how this walk play out.

[Admin] From FB Follower Carol: Clinton, I am the artist, my name is Carol Mackay Wheat. I don’t mind you giving my name. I have not signed the painting yet as I wanted to work on the eyes and lips for you. I am actually Australian, I live in USA. I was raised in Bowraville, N.S. W.
Good luck with your journey. I am honored that you like the painting.

Days 96-99: Erldunda

Day 96: 7am

15541307_1820915924831142_972244121112937569_nOn the way out of Uluru. – Noonie


Day 96: 8am

15420933_1820920778163990_8286962592403882104_nSoon be out of contact for about five days, I have enjoyed the stay at Uluru very much. – Noonie


Day 97

15589716_1822656841323717_3034959250643788865_nIt is get later in the night were we are this is a camp the first out of Uluru, I thought I would look the moon after the super time was over, it has always look super to me. I don’t know if you would see the colour in these, they look good at night, maybe look at the moon with the lights off were you are? – Noonie


Day 98: 8.30am

Good morning all. We about three days out from the roadhouse. Where we going to turn of to head to Alice springs for about four days for Christmas. It the same road house where you turn off to go Adelaide way. It the first time we going to head a big town after being out bush for about 1month and two week’s of walking. But let see what been happen in Alice springs town and how think mute of change in Alice springs. Before we start making our way to a big city like Adelaide.


Day 98: 3pm

15672901_1824233701166031_1914808138612910541_nThis water is at Curtin Springs, it had no water in when we started walking again. – Noonie


Day 98

15590083_1824356127820455_594474324572032635_nMt Conner stands on its own. This viewing spot has all you need for a quick stop and a look around, a cross the road up a sand hill you can see a salt lake. – Noonie


Day 99: 5pm

15541337_1908495969373590_2399438877348109493_nHey all quick update. Just letting you know that we decided to drive into Erldunda Roadhouse to rest up for the night. We are still about a days walk from Erldunda Roadhouse. But today I’m feeling unwell and decided to tell the team less go to Erldunda roadhouse and rest up over night. Tomorrow morning we be heading towards Alice springs to rest up for a week and get back into the walk next week on Monday. In that time in Alice it well give me the time to spead time with the central land council, women group, man group and aboriginal leader in the area off Alice and who else who like to have a talk. Than when Monday come we be getting back into the walk and start making our way towards Adelaide way.

It to also let my self, the team and the admen team who look after the page to have a rest and enjoy they Christmas with family and friend. Also give me, Garry and Noonie the time we need to give our family a call and to catch up on think we need to do for the walk and rest up. Next week on Monday the walk well start again and we be making our way toward Adelaide. It is time we get ready to hit a big city after 4 month of walking. I well be still on Facebook keeping people up to date with think until Monday morning when we get back into the walk again.


Day 99: 8pm

15621943_1908495959373591_5247265564804501972_nLook like a man on a missing and not backing down. That is getting justice for all in this country, in this world and the nature it self. This corruption government well pay for trying to tell us how we should live our life.

Days 93-95: Leaving Uluru & Mutitjulu

Day 93: 4am

15400918_1819284031660998_2525054470018800297_nYesterday we were on our way to see Reggies Uluru brother Cassidy Uluru, these photos of Uluru were taken out of the window along the way. Their was one place, not to photo, it has the colours on the photo’s to cover it up. When you look at this rock Uluru, you see more things on it each time you look at it. – Noonie


Day 93: 6am

15349585_1819334468322621_1832768356126862755_nBrett is on his way home last night, it would have been a long way home for Brett with us to Canberra then home. Brett will be back at a later date. Have a safe trip home Brett. – Noonie


Day 93: 8am

15319130_1819363234986411_5686712123923705190_nThis group of Queenslanders, part of a Indigenous Program come to see the sun set on Uluru, were happy for a photo by Brett’s Van, untill they were told that Reggie Uluru family was the Traditional owners of Uluru then more photos had to be taken, they enjoyed the sun set at Uluru.


Day 93: 10am

15391214_1905166369706550_5650323328583954503_n-1None thing more better than putting a smile on young high school kids yesterdays who came from QLD for a sporting school trap. Also known they finely meet traditional owner Reggie Uluru. Take about seen the young one face light up like no tomorrow. I hope it made they day.

[Admin] From Facebook Follower Lisa: This is the PCYC Ipswich Deadly Dukes from Ipswich SHS. They completed a road trip from Ipswich to Uluru for their Gold qualifying journey. The trip was to explore culturally significant places on the way with Uluru being the main destination.


Day 93: 5.30pm 

15380292_1904834889739698_3626722565388586506_nUluru well always be with me where ever I go and be in my heart becuase i gotten a piece of it with me. I well think always to my self, that I know I walk it to Uluru from Perth. Soon down the track when i reach Canberra. I well say I walk it from Perth to Canberra.

Tomorrow we leave this most beautiful place to get ready to head east to unknown place that we never being before. For me it my first time going to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. But I hope when we walk thought this city, that we well see different culture people with different believed coming together and walking with us for change and a better future for Australia.

I believed in Australia and I know in my heart that this country can be better than what it is now. The only weapon I have left that I well use is the Truth. I well speak the truth to bring this country together and use it in a way to make the Australia people to believe. We the people on this earth what change. I have gotten the last piece I need for the walk and that is wised. Now I’m ready to change this dream to see our country coming together for our future.


Day 93: 6pm

15418463_1905332663023254_2368110054786154564_oAaarrrr my beloved walking stick carried from Perth to Uluru. Now I going to carried rest of the way. I keep using it until I get old.


Day 94: 8am

Hey guys quick update. We mean to be leaving today😯. But this morning the chairman from the community came and seen us and said you should leave tomorrow morning because he organizing to try get the hold community to walk with us tomorrow morning 😁. So than mean we going to stay one more night in the community 🙌. They said when your in Uluru you feel like you don’t what to leave 😂😜😱hahah lol but we going to leave tomorrow😞. I love being here in Uluru and I don’t what to leave 😖. But we most get back into the walk again and head east for justice


Day 94: 6pm

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– Garry


Day 94: 5.30pm

15442324_1820052014917533_1620119186230789869_n-1I spend the today walking around Uluru, much was not to be photographed, but you would need to be at its base to see what it is really like. Some places can be photos but to be there, is to see that it is Uluru, not the rock in the center of Australia.

The walk track takes you to very peaceful and beautiful places, that to be there, then you can describe it in your words. To be there is to see Uluru as it should be seen. Even had a walk on Uluru, apart of the track allows you to walk on it, if highs are scary for you, then this is good for you, not very high, but don’t trip over, it is solid rock.- Noonie


Day 95: 6am

15442354_1906239992932521_6716393909652948968_nUp early and ready for today.


Day 95: 9.30am

15420890_1198024440288658_7556666741387016918_n-1Leaving Mutitjulu heading for Alice springs for Xmas. – Garry


Day 95: 10.30am

15541983_1906330019590185_2341880524153437168_nI’m ready to head east. It time for change, it time for justice and time for a better future for us all. This is for my old people and for the spirit of the land. Uuuuuuuuulllllllllluuuuuuurrrrrrruuuuu well be my straight and protector. Let make this happen!!!


Day 95: 12.30pm

15492098_1820567064866028_1174372733191348293_nOn the way out I went down the track past Uluru in the opposite way than the day befor you mite like the water hole. – Noonie


Day 95: 3.30pm

15400351_1906431362913384_2482233205837425672_n-1I just wanted to thank Mr Reggie Uluru, his brother Cassiey Uluru and Mr Jake for welcoming us to your country and to Uluru. Also just wanted thank this man for having they time to see us and tell us about how think going in Mutitjulu community. So thank you to this man who look after the most secret site to our people.


Day 95: 4pm

15542434_1820570698198998_3252199733385485003_nOn our way out today leaving Mutitjulu community. – Noonie


Day 95: 6pm

15590345_1906472846242569_7659362801723634895_nI just wanted to thank Mr Sid Moore who work in Mutitjulu community. For helping us out with a place to stay in the community and helping us out with food as well. Mr Sid Moore you do amazing job in the community and trying to make Mutitjulu community to get back on they feet again. Also helping out traditional owner of Uluru with deal between them and the government. So the government don’t try to rip of the people of Uluru. Keep up the amazing job Mr Sid Moore.

Days 90-92: Uluru & Mutitjulu

Day 90: 9am

15326326_1817709728485095_1949020547599903617_nBreakfast this morning Garry has a quick way of cooking eggs, leaving them on the back window the day before, in the sun! Then reheating the next morning. Saving power and time. – Noonie


Day 90: 10.30am

15338659_1903214239901763_7421410261393391290_n-1We are just at the Camel farm today. This little camel name is earneay, he about 8 week old. They find he out in the bush all alone.The local call the camel farm to go out and rescue him. So now he here and being well look after bye the camel farm and he made some friends.


Day 90: 11am

At Uluru camel farm we enjoyed it very much. – Noonie


Day 90: 12pm

15380446_1817782235144511_5545298749511627028_nUluru. – Noonie


Day 90: 3pm


Day 90: 3.30pm

15355684_1817867825135952_7115009671499204044_nA few photos as we travel around Uluru, it is impressive. – Noonie


Day 91: 12.30pm


Day 91: 4.30pm

15337515_1904156589807528_1117718161790041024_nWith traditional own of Uluru Reggie Uluru. He the number man and the boss of Uluru, the boss of the heart land. I had a talk with him today about getting support from the heart land mob for the walk for justice movement. He told me that the heart land mob support the movement and behind it. I ask him why you support the walk for justice. Him told me that I doing this for everyone and everyone need to get behind you on this, if we ever going to get justice for everyone.

Tomorrow I be going in with them to have a meeting with the central land councils because i being told by the heart land mob that they are not doing they job looking after the people in the Northern territory. But doing every think what the government know what best for them.

I have also ask Reggie Uluru about if it o.k for me to leave Uluru painted up in traditional way with the kangaroo skin. He said it best to save it and wear it when you get to Canberra and paint your self up as well. It because the kangaroo is they dreaming. So it mean when I get closer to Canberra than it o.k to paint my self up in traditional way with the kangaroo skin.


Day 91: 6.30pm

15326378_1904217386468115_2303563748778056879_nWe just hit 10,000 follower yyyyyyeeeee. Please keep on sharing this page to your Facebook page and invited all your family and friends to like our page. Clinton’s Walk for Justice!


Day 92: 7.30am

15420953_1904566386433215_3219175137687703897_nThis is all the community name in the Northern Territory. So I hope today we can organized a meeting with the central land council in Alice Springs when I get there within a week of abit. To try and get the support from all the community in Northern Territory to support the walk for justice movement.


Day 92: 2.30pm

15380829_1194841540606948_4244494126391295026_nMe with Selina and her painting. – Garry


Day 92: 3pm

15338867_741787415971730_2781250398040855084_nWelcome to Mutitjulu community. Where the traditional owner’s of Uluru live. – Noonie


Day 92: 4.30pm

15443145_1904783506411503_3875231526836665162_oTraditional elder Reggie Uluru healing up my spirit and making me strong again. So be ready for the next part of the walk and be strong all the way to Canberra like a warrior.


Day 92: 5pm

15338607_1819287101660691_1900149636943684637_nMe and Cassidy Uluru. – Garry


Day 92: 6pm

15400304_1819287058327362_8970044632681468020_nReggie Uluru afternoon out to see his brother Cassidy Uluru with Jake Kitson. Jake Kitson takes us around Mutitjulu community, on the hill at the back we had this view over the community to Uluru thank you Jake Kitson. – Noonie

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Day 92: 7pm

15541290_1819117428344325_4871142240669778670_nReggie Uluru, his family is the traditional owner of Uluru, gives his blessing to Clinton on his walk to Canberra, with a small piece of Uluru. – Noonie


Day 92: 8pm

15442218_1904834886406365_3630078111096795285_nThis afternoon traditional owner Reggie Uluru what to give me one more gift before we headed back to the community and before I leave Uluru tomorrow. We when for a ride to Uluru and he told me to take a piece of Uluru with me. He said It to look after me and when ever I go some where or gone around the world just remember you well always know you have the heart land with me. You only need to look at it.

15355800_1904834879739699_4383906090169554637_nHe also said that this piece of Uluru the rock. That I giving you is my blessing, it to give you straight, to give you protection, to give you wisdom, to give you healing and most of all to make you become the man that god and the old people what you to be for our people and for this world.

I have never know I was going to get this as a gift. This is a big think for me known I have a piece of Uluru with me. I well look after it and take good care of it. This piece well stay with me until I die and well be buried with me because the piece is very secret. I always wanted to come to Uluru as a children, but walk it there as a young man and now I have a piece of Uluru with me. I well love this give for the rest of my life.

Days 88 & 89: Kata Tjuka – Uluru

Day 88: 8am

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Day 88: 8.30am

15326410_1901969683359552_3886773597240431411_nI don’t know what it is put the animals out here must see something in me. I don’t know what it is.

15284090_1901969696692884_2913605281030433425_nWe don’t know where he come from. When I walk around the corner on the road. he was standing in the middle of the road with the sun just rising over the hill shining on him. I walk up to him and stop. He started walking towards me and I told him follow me. We mute have something to eat for you. He follow me back to the car and we giving him some food to eat.

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Day 88: 9am

15380365_1816535151935886_7936820605865768592_nIt is green and there are still colours in the land. – Noonie


Day 88: 3.30m

15319182_1902119376677916_8409777348350062742_nIt is unbelievable how mother nature change it self sometime. Now I’m in Uluru thinking how I walk all that way from Perth to Uluru. Like walking from the south west on to western central desert in summer going thought a heat wave. Than on top Northern Territory going thought a big storm before reaching Uluru. Sometime I feel it must be time to start speaking the true about why I walking for justice for. Before heading east to Adelaide way.


Day 88: 7.30pm

15400516_1902207643335756_5056360049659114425_nNo one believed in me that I was going to walk a cross the country for justice and for change. Every person I came across told me that no one walk through the desert area in summer. I said to my self if I can believed than it can be done. Now I have done it there no way no one can do the same. If you believed in your self, you can become something more powerful than any one on this earth. It only take you to believed that all that matter.


Day 88: 9pm

15338668_1816538145268920_998077082761227305_nNear the end of gravel at the bitumen. – Noonie


Day 89: 7.30am

Unity most come forward. If we ever going to make Australia great. So let make that happen.


Day 89: 8.30am


Day 89

15380645_1817417798514288_1385962670456153752_nWe finished the walk to the Uluru and Stuart Highway turn off, then sat at the sunset car park at Uluru and looked at the sunset. – Noonie


Day 89: 7pm

We being invited to camp for two night at the traditional owners Mutitjulu community next to Uluru. They what to show us around at Uluru, tell us story about Uluru and I want to see what being happen here for them. It well give me a Chance to have a talk with the chairman member from the central land council who at Mutitjulu community to try organise a meeting with the central land council in Alice spring when I get there in a week or a bit. It to try and ask the central council to support the walk for justice movement. It is a big honor to be invited and camp with the people. Who are the owners and protector to the most secret site to our people.


Day 89: 9pm

15420935_1817422095180525_2967219606678922439_nWalking towards Uluru. Well worth the tripp just to see. – Noonie


Day 89: 9.30pm

15356785_1817340498522018_1816334560_nIt is a beautiful night in Uluru. Just setting out site having a cup of tea looking at Uluru. I cannot believed how amazing it is looking at it up close and camping right next to it. The star, the moon and the milk way shinning on top of it. I never think we be camping right next to Uluru with the traditional owner. Tomorrow we be seen the elders who was Born here in Uluru listing to they story and wisdom.

Days 83-87: Docker River to Uluru!

Day 83: 7am

15337445_1899142710308916_7709784014454319336_nI’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.


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Day 83: 8.30am

15267872_1899178070305380_6808586117687160199_nI 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.


Day 83

15338670_1816477875274947_6038492392793742430_nFrom 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

16-12-02-matargarup-to-northern-territory[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


Day 84

15356584_1816482578607810_3405673260976834828_nThe second day from Docker River was dust free thanks to the rain over night, was a good day for the walk. – Noonie


Day 85

15401014_1816506248605443_120295483100895579_nThe 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


Day 86

15267738_1816521038603964_8029850035884607728_nThe 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

15380364_1816321321957269_559956568879246547_nCave paintings near Docker River – Noonie


Day 87: 12pm

15380317_1816328931956508_8509670590686474945_nFrom 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

15338672_1901514803405040_636145955487329204_n-2Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Uluru yyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeee i made it to Uluru. Walk it from Perth to Uluru. I feel so proud of my self right now.

Day 81: Leaving Warakurna

4am

15193599_1179072392183863_3260159312340828981_n“This morning sunrise.” – Garry


4.30am

15284856_1812872565635478_1411577417150527111_n-1“Leaving this morning it is cool, we have had good weather coming up this way cool to warm and some hot days, our run of hot days, looks to start from here on into the Northern Territory, can not complain, weather wise is has been good.” – Noonie


4.30am

15219475_1897533007136553_1530813282020343417_nToday we a leaving Warakurna community to make our way to the boarder of northern territory. Warakurna community well be the last community we be visiting in western central desert area. It is because I’m bit behind time and need to get to uluru. I just wanted to thank the Ngaanyatjarra people from the western central desert for welcoming us in to your country area and helping us with think we need for our walk.

It been amazing walking thought your country and visiting community in your area. Thank you for inviting us to your school to see the kids to tell story about my walk and letting us set down with the elders to listing to they story about the old way. The think have notes in Ngaanyatjarra is that your culture out this way is very story and the language is very story. I have learn some much and what to stay put I must keep going because other a waiting for me.

Also I just wanted to thank Ngaanyatjarra people for donating and support my walk for justice. Change is coming soon and I know i well see you all again over in Canberra to help me finish the walk and supporting me when I speak on the behalf for our people to this government. I well Cherie every thing that I see, learn and all the gift your people giving us.

It time we get justice for our people and make a change. We be walking together in Parliament house in Canberra when I get closer with all our people round australia. It just matter of time. Change is coming and it coming soon. Thank you Ngaanyatjarra people I well see you all when you meet me over in Canberra


6am

15319314_1812899728966095_2732782675505157339_n“Not much wind at this moment to blow the dust off the road, on our say to the Northern Territory.” – Noonie


6.30am

15203221_1812913945631340_1464700193295437763_n“Our last look at Warakurna, the first place, I was able to hear and be apart of an ancient song line. I was listening to a verbal culture map, that has been apart of this landscape and culture that connects this continent together as one.” – Noonie


7am

Magazine scene. Sometime feel like this when I enter community out this way. Seen the people.

Days 79 & 80: (Rest) Warakurna

Day 79: 10am

15203191_1812263432363058_7748236747044472603_n“Warakurna Community School, once again a good reception from the school.” – Noonie


Day 79: 11am

15178194_1896674860555701_7703940251717243907_nJust when in to see the kids in Warakurna community today. Thank you Warakurna primary school for having us today in your school. We be having a BBQ this afternoon with the Warakurna people. Than we be going for a ride with the elders out bush to have a talk about the land , how think going in Warakurna and I need to get some thing from Warakurna elders for my walk.


Day 79: 11am

15241805_1812268829029185_8494119595205363553_n“This is the view at the back of the school.” – Noonie


Day 79: 11am

15179213_1812267095696025_4382646393926921623_n“Warakurna artists, just across the road from the school.” – Noonie

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Day 79: 11.30pm

15230828_1896680323888488_943097299125984379_nJust in Warakurna art center with elder Lena Dawson, Cynthia Purke, Lillian Golding. Just having a look at some of the amazing art work from the Warakurna women elder.

If you like to buy some art please look up the link blow:

https://www.facebook.com/warakurnaartists1/


Day 79: 12pm

15268066_1896681387221715_5846475293909214410_n-1Just when you think your day can get any better. Hahah lol The dog out this way know how to make your laugh.


Day 79: 4.30pm

I just wanted to thank the man elders from Warakurna for taking us out bush for this afternoon and showing us around. Telling us story about the old way and showing us water hole. I just wanted to say thank you to the man as well for helping me by giving me some ocher for my walk for justice.

I got all I need now it matter of time getting to uluru and leaving uluru painted up and dress like the old people walking the rest of the way to Canberra as a traditional man on this land.

P.S I got promising from the elder man to take this photo


Day 79: 6.30pm

15241263_1176927122398390_1350442434108420383_n“Our view driving to community from the road house Warakurna.” – Garry


Day 79: 7.30pm

I just wanted to thank a family from Warakurna community for making me a snake walking stick. This is the first time I have ever seen a snake around a waking stick. So thank you to Milton Golding, Joyce James, Charlotte Golding and Bernard Golding for making me this gift.

It amazing looking at it.


Day 79: 10pm

15284928_1812293462360055_5548313362548030775_n“A rock hole, a young dingo has died in one of the holes, it was removed to keep the holes clean, water was in one of the holes, these traditional owners showing us these holes and showing us the land had their music and song playing in the Toyotas, I ask about the song. Our walk to these lands was to walk in the foot step of people of this land, it turned out that the song that was playing, was that the song of the song line that they were showing us at that moment in time. They play it when they check out the rock holes and move on the song line, we walked up here on an ancient land, I discovered that I was walking on a culture highway that has been walked on for more than fourty thousand years, listing to the song that would tell us the was to go, they live and breath the past, the present and still walk on into their future, I was with people that could show me the time that they have lived on this land, I would be proud of the link to the land to, it pleases me to be here to see a ancient culture today.” – Noonie


Day 80: 11am

15181604_1177906498967119_7931007212283320243_n“This is Giles weather station situated at Warakurna between the community and roadhouse.” – Garry


Day 80: 11am

15232293_1897166917173162_1752529112359735265_nJust remember this Christmas guys. When you pay toy’s and gift for your family and Friend. You only making more money for Corporate to get rich more. You have to thing for second that when you pay staff, who making them for you at Christmas. It people from second and third world country. Who work day and night only getting payed a cent or a dollars a day. People from them country are working like slave just to make you happy this Christmas.

Corporate using Jesus birth as a way to make money for them self. By telling people on the media to pay toy’s and gifts at this Christmas time. They have being doing this staff for years and it need to stop. If you what to do something for Christmas and don’t want corporate to get richer. Don’t pay no toy’s or gift at this Christmas.

15284166_1897166910506496_1408832957043816565_nChristmas is about sharing and caring for one another and celebrated a man who die for us name Jesus. So this Christmas if you want to do something go out to the beach, plant some tree to help look after wild life, feed the birds in the river, pick up some rubbish and help look after the planet, have a BBq with family and friends, enjoy your life in a way by feeling proud of your self and knowing how far you come or got pay some food and see homeless person this Christmas and set down with them and share food with them because that what Christmas is about sharing and caring for one another as human been and being proud of your self for living in this world.

So don’t pay no toy’s or gift this Christmas because you a only making them rich and making people to work like slave to make you your staff of what you want this Christmas.


Day 80: 6pm

15193645_1178352888922480_834644205192590195_n“Under the car again, battery is draining out in a matter of minutes, positive lead getting really hot. Conclusion positive lead rubbed through and touching metal somewhere only one way to find out!” – Garry


Day 80: 8pm

15230700_1178457225578713_2441805911274109020_n“Got Clinton working again, doing Jack work. I found where the lead wore through on the road in the morning.” – Garry


Day 80: 9pm

Just watching the weather on the news in the Northern territory around in uluru to see how the weather is and they said that there a heat wave coming thought starting from tomorrow for couple days. So the temperature starting from tomorrow is going to be 42 dragees hot. So that mean the sand on the ground is going to be 50 dragees hot as well because the sand get ready hot up here when it is a hot day. Also on top of that hot wind blowing thought out the day.

Well that not going to stop me reaching uluru and getting justice for everyone. I be walking in it tomorrow and going to push my self doing 40km, 50km or 60km. Hot or not it well not stop me walking because I know I can make this walk thought this heart wave going to start tomorrow. The love I have for my people and for my country and seening think start getting done in this country. Well give me the straight to push thought this heart wave starting from tomorrow.

I think mother earth is going to test me out and see if I can make it thought it. I know in my heart the old people a looking over me and they walk on this land in the heat. If they can do it I can doing it to.

Days 77 & 78: Wanarn to Warakurna

Day 77: 8am

15202571_1811097445812990_2251079449014114012_n“Ready to leave Wanarn, another good place to be, people and the help has been very good.” – Noonie


Day 77: 8.30am

15171014_1895597637330090_6906152310666010236_nGood morning a other day of walking. We leave Wanarn community today. To make our way towards Warakurna community. Than we be about 50km out from the northern territory boarder. It time we leave western Australia after 2 month of walking and start getting ready to walk into the northern territory state and see what being happen in community in the northern territory.


Day 77: 10am
15181181_1174226522668450_3177776742566270779_n-1“This rock is known as penis rock from the man who was chasing the seven sisters in the dreaming story.” – Garry

Day 77: 10am

15230722_1811120925810642_1831779669741176486_n“At the turn off on the highway to Wanarn Community, enjoyed the ride to here from Wanarn to here, quiet and peaceful.” – Noonie

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Day 77: 12pm
15171304_1175094002581702_6173371667893841836_n-1“Clinton and Noonie found a tree to good to walk past, first big tree along the road since we left Warburton.” – Garry

Day 77: 3pm

15178321_1175093855915050_390918993652836907_n“Looks like Santa’s been up this way already.” – Garry


Day 78: 5.30am

15202544_1175095769248192_9021472089737278340_n“This morning.” – Garry

Day 78: 7am
15267894_1811815515741183_2601275268426463547_n“Last night.” – Noonie

Day 78: 8.30am

15192573_1896152560607931_2846818914286777536_n-1Good morning all just letting you know that we about 20km out from Warakurna community. None thing more better than knowing that your not far from the northern territory boarder and uluru the heart land.


Day 78: 9am

“From camp to a a good view.” – Noonie


Day 78 10am
15203401_1811813795741355_2027842816561322512_n“Clinton gets to sit in a Kenworth truck, Cisko the driver, was camped were we were, top bloke. – Noonie

Day 78: 10.30am
15232226_1175350075889428_5851735126514939319_n-1“We’re heading for the blue hills in the distance (Warakurna).” – Garry

Day 78: 11am

15267526_1896175910605596_633217294708821948_n– Feeling proud.


Day 78: 11.30am

15241409_1811817615740973_6441331259690936559_n“Clinton and Garry, doing the walking on water trick.” – Noonie


Day 78: 4pm

15267588_1896271440596043_554179724278654141_nHey all just letting you know. We be staying in Warakurna for tonight and tomorrow night before heading off to hit the boarder of the northern territory. We have to supply up and get ready for the next journey.


Day 78: 10pm

15181623_1811805792408822_4307899013127705530_n-1“We did get there at Warakurna, big smiles all round.”- Noonie