Seaton Sluice – Picturesque Village on the North Sea
Seaton Sluice, home of my daughter and family, was my home base during the week I spent there in June 2006. Seaton Sluice is a quiet village, with a small harbour for small fishing boats that are only floated at high tide. The people, kind and rugged – many former seamen – I met in its pubs and its “Social Club” were (next to the time I spent with Annie, Rob and Malachi) a definite highlight of the all too short week I spent there. I hope you like my impression of this most picturesque village.
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