This work shows four jila (living waterholes). The first belongs to Weaver's brother, Spider. They call him Naru, and it was at this waterhole that Spider was initiated into adulthood. The next jila belongs to Nabiru (we cannot say his name, because he has the same name as one that died). Weaver says, "He is gentle fella this one, he belongs to my country." The landscape shows Lungarung where Weaver grew up. She would walk through the tali (sand dunes) and collect mayi (bush foods) with her parents. They didn't have clothes then. The last hole shows Nannarra, the place where Weaver was born. Painted in 2004.