‘This is my country where people travelled in the Ngarrangkarni (Dreamtime). There is a little jumu (rockhole) there. In the cold season I would drink that water, I used to walk all around that country, up and down the jilji (sandhills). The name for this place is Larripuka. This is Japirnka country in the Great Sandy Desert’.
These are juwari’s (small shallow cavity, often in rock used as source of drinking water after rain). During parranga (summertime) our home is Japirnka ngapa jila (permanent living waterhole) this my Mothers and Fathers country in the Great Sandy Desert. Juwari’s are filled with water during yitila (wet season) and this makes a great place for hunting.