It's strange how the memory can play tricks, I was sure that I knew how Seaton looks, it has a stoney beach with fishing boats drawn up on the shingles, and tall white cliffs behind the beach, so you can imagine my surprise when we got there.
We carried on to Looe and were lucky to get parked as it was busy.
a gentle stroll along the Quayside was called for after that, watching the people "crabbing" and going on boat trips
Some parents want a good talking to! these two young boys were over a hundred yards out from the shore, not good as there was an off shoe wind. We watched and luckily they used plastic spades to paddle back close to the beach. Very dodgy!
I took this shot of the little harbour, looking inland up the river.
Then our parking time was up and it was time to head off to do some grocery shopping, it had been a great visit!