Betty Carrington has painted three places that are important to her. At the top is Red Butte. Red Butte is a large red hill on Texas Downs Station. In the early days one old lady from Mabel Downs Station went hunting for sugarbag (honey). She got lost and kept walking this way, on to Lolly Creek and then ended up in a cave in Red Butte. She stayed there for good. She turned wild, and couldn't go back to her people. She got used to being on her own and ran away when she saw people. The cave is the yellow circle. Below Red Butte, Be?tty has painted Texas, her country. The Waterhole at Lalli Creek was a place she used to go swimming. She says "but it was too cold. The water made your eyes water like water in a freezer." At the bottom, Betty has painted a hill called Garlumbuny, meaning spear in Gija. In the Ngarrangkarni the old people used to trade spears with the ocean / seaside cousins. The swap would often be for seashells. One time two men were fighting over their trading and one of the men was killed. All the trading stopped and all the spears dropped at this place in Texas Downs Station. The pointed shape of the hill is where all the spears were left after the fight.'