There is strong tjukarpa here. Kalaya tjuta (many emus) travelling to Watarru from Kanpi. Other emus from Western Australia are also heading there. There are hundreds, even thousands of emus. They sit down at Tipil for a rest, kalaya winki mulapa (so many of them) and they are a sight to see. It's only the men for this story, a big men's story. This place is where many tjitji (child) punpunpa (fly) are dancing on a round flat shaped puli (rock). They are also inside dancing under ground. You can see where they are under ground. There is sand mounds are there. The sacred ceremonial dancing and song is great, all the punpunpa are in rapture. There are other tjitji there too. The blue tongue lizard tjitji and the snake children. They are looking on. Even the sorcerer children are there. Ngura nyangatja Ilpin (this is country called Ilpin). It is next to Kunamata. There are many stories from here, it is a big and imortant place. The country is special, many tali (sandy country), apu (rocks/boulders), and puli (hills). This country is on the other side of my homeland of Kunamata. There are many waterholes (tjukula) here. There is karu pulka (big creek) that runs from the apu (rocky hills). Itjulu is on the other side and apu tjuta (rocky hills) everywhere with different manta (ground) and different punu (trees).