Day 27: The road to Gundagai

'There's a track winding back an old-fashioned shack
Along the road to Gundagai –
Where the blue gums are growing

And the Murrumbidgee's flowing
Beneath that sunny sky.'
(not quite sunny today but at least it's not wet)

Linda & Daniel are walking, Tri & Majid driving support vehicles. Cate and kids at Gundagai's Laundromat

Dinner at Gundagai Baptist (although most were from the Anglican Church - thank you ladies for the food for both days!). Thanks, Bill for organising the gathering, and thank you, Graeme and Sue, for your generous hospitality - hosting Majid, Lind, and Daniel at the rectory, and putting us Nguyens in the Motel.
Kids play spoon/ fish with Majid while Tri and Linda shared their stories. Graeme is a minister of four parishes! Sue a Mental Health Nurse. 

Read how an indigenous man saves 49 people from the Gundagai flood. he was made a hero one day, and another was harassed by young people of the town. 


"And I wish you all the best for your future lives in this country, yourselves and your children, that in Australia your best hopes and aspiration for the future will be realised." MALCOLM FRASER, PRIME MINISTER 1975-1983:

"If we listen closely enough to the stories of others, an alternative story will emerge which will allow for the transformation to take place." Brueggemann?

"…nobody can change stories unless an alternative story is made richly available with great artistry, love, and boldness." Brueggemann?