This painting depicts the country of Faith Cutler’s grandmother, auntie and uncle. Minyma tjuta (many women) of the Tingarri Dreaming are travelling towards Kintore. They are at a place with three rock holes near the home of the Tingarri Dreaming, now a sacred women’s site. They have with them all the types of bush tucker that they have collected. They sing and dance about the activities and adventures of the ancestors. The design represents the sandhills, creeks and rock holes used in the traditional way in women’s ceremonial sand drawings and body painting.