After the wonderful boat trip we ate our picnic lunch and went for a wander. First we explored a rocky part of the beach. Then we followed a footpath, which turned out to be part of St Cuthbert’s Way and also part of the golf course. There were views to the next bay, where the long waves were rushing in. Leaving the golf course we followed the main road back into Seahouses. We still had plenty of time before our next meal, so we decided to look for a church we had read about on a notice-board.
We walked past a sign which indicated we had left Seahouses and arrived in North Sunderland. Then we passed a graveyard without a church. We turned back a little while later and asked a dog-walker where the parish church was. She sent us even farther from Seahouses!
Once we had looked round the church we debated whether to catch a bus back. According to the timetable on a nearby bus stop one was due. We waited a few minutes before setting off on foot. The bus must have been early, cancelled or very late as we didn’t see it! We had worked up an appetite for our fish and chips in one of Seahouses’ restaurants.