This work describes Kaarkurutinytja (Lake MacDonald) in Western Australia and the surrounding desert landscape. Molly paints the Tali Tali (sand hills) and the salt lake Kaarkurutinytja. This area is sacred to Molly’s mother, Narputta Nangala Jugadai as it is Naputta’s father’s country. Narputta left the area as a small child during a prolonged period of drought. Narputta still paints the country as a means of keeping connections with the sacred places and stories alive. To keep this important story alive, Narputta’s eldest daughter Molly Napaltjarri Jugadai has been given permission by her mother to continue telling this story.