Panya ngayulu tjitji kulapa tjina kutju parangarapai putu-wanu. Mutuka wiyangka. Tjina kutju parangarapai, parangala, paranangarapia. Nyangatjangurapulkupangayuku.TjitjiTjutaatunmananyi.Rapitatjuta,makutjuta,tjalatjuta.Nganana pulkupa mulapa nyinangi irriti. Nyangatja ngura wirunya mulapa. “When I was a little girl we walked everywhere, there were no motorcars then. Always walking, around and around, and around. This is a happy place for me. Looking after children, lots of rabbits, lots of maku, lots of honey ants. We were really happy back then. This is a beautiful place" This canvas describes the features of the rocky country surrounding Wakapulkatjara, south east of Papulankatja, where Molly was born out bush in the 1940s. As a young woman, she travelled constantly through the ranges between Papulankatja to Mantumaru tracing the winding edges of puli, tali, kuru, ulyrunga, and tjukulu with her feet which she recalls as she puts dots to canvas, one in front of the next. Molly Miller is always "walking , walking, walking." A revered site for many Pitjantjatjara and Ngaanyatjarra speaking people on the Three Way Border of South Australia, Northern Territory, and Western Australia, Minyma Tjitu Pampa Tjukurpa and Papa Tjukurpa, Molly father’s dreaming also originate from this area.