Kelling Heath, Muckleburgh Hill and will it snow?

We’ve been out for a walk on Kelling Heath and over to Muckleburgh Hill.

Muckleburgh1A pretty heavy frost meant we cancelled today’s bike ride …….

Muckleburgh3This is  Winter heliotrope (Petasites fragrant) – it is a native of North America  and normally flowers in December

Muckleburgh2Kelling Heath is covered in European Gorse

Muckleburgh8Up on Muckleburgh Hill we came across this herd of Highland Cattle

Muckleburgh6They are pretty friendly

Muckleburgh4And tolerant!

Muckleburgh7It’s a great view from the top of the hill looking west – in the photo you can see the marshes at Salthouse and Cley and then the shingle bank out to Blakeney Point

The big question for the rest of the day is ….. will it snow here later?

One thought on “Kelling Heath, Muckleburgh Hill and will it snow?

  1. Ohh it looks a beautiful place.
    I always called Highland cattle ‘mucklecoo’s’…
    I wonder if there’s a connection there?

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