So why that name called Me-No-Savvy? This old man from the station asked one lady "You got a name for this place?" and she used that old broken English "me no savvy" meaning I don't know the name. But that man thought that was the name of the place so that's what he decided to called it, Me-No-Savvy and even now they use that name. That's where that old wagon went passing through with all the mail for all the stations. People had to come from Margaret River Louisa downs and everywhere to pick up mail from the mail box. That river, we used to go mustering back behind the ranges and bringing the cattle through there. We used camp and that stockyard was built in my time. This is my story about right back there beyond the ranges when we were mustering we worked there for many months and coming through there and we camped there and one man had to go to the station to get more feed and we waited there with the cattle and that story about my father, Dad was back at the station and this bloke had to come and tell us had to come and tell us that my Dad had passed away and that's where I got the news that my Dad was gone. He was the one that put me on the horse and put me going out country and mustering. And when that old man told me, I was crying and just had to get off the horse and leave the horse with the saddle and go sleep in the bed, and some bloke had to take the saddle of the horse. Other side of that you got rock art painting and that special story about that place. Along time ago, my people used to go up and down the river and My Granny was telling me about this story when the police came at this place, many years back cause our people were getting killed shot and poisoned in that place. When they first heard shots fired in the sky and blood running in to the creek they didn't understand what was happening. They had their stories about snakes and animals that were fighting and killing but this was real. That eagle who took that camera which I sang about and did that animation "Wilimirrimirri" it went flying from Manjoowa all the way down and through there to Me-No-Savvy, then all the way down, he flew over that country. In the more recent times I used to walk there with my Wife and taking our kids to there and we would walk all the way down we used to go singing, fishing and camping. Beyond those hills there's one big square rock and that's the gate for all those fish travelling round and the sawfish all the big ones. When the waters up they all go up and over and when the Rock hole goes down it moves and takes all the fish back. This is the one gate, the water meets from all the other rivers and that's why I'm working hard to stop that damming of the river because of this one gate, it will change everything all along the river there.