Today’s clue promises to be particularly tough, as it’s written partially in Pitjantjatjara, the local aboriginal language spoken where Andrew Evans is currently traveling.
January 6, 2010
Ngangkali ilkaringka Ngararangi minatjara munu puyiningilta iilingku.
After it dried, I went outside. I looked across the desert and saw “many heads.”
Some were made of stone; others were laden with blossoms that are untanu-untanu
Nganala? (Where am I?) Yaalitja punu? (What kind of tree is this?) Guess the common and/or Latin name.
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