Paddled a loop around the outer islands that sit off the east coast of Deer Island.
We put in (and took out) from Leaman Road in Lamberville. We chose to go about an hour before Low Tide ... just because I prefer the scenery from "below the tide line" and the narrower channels.
We crossed the northern tip of Bean Island and then rounded the southern end of Simpson. We poked around in the rocks, weirs, and Fundy swells as the low tide arrived.
We paddled the outside of Barnes and Adam Islands where we saw a LOT of huge rock formation and mountains of vegetation. A highlight of the afternoon were the "herds" of seals.
We stayed on the west of Currie Rock and Yellow Rock ... staying clear of the deeper shipping channel to our east. From here, the mainland (Green's Point) seemed soooo close that we debated paddling to it just for the "say so".
During slack tide, we rounded the north end of Adam Island and headed straight back to Lambertville ... going between Hardwood and Fish Islands.
It was a first time venturing into these waters so we stayed cautious the whole time. I'm sure that winds and tides can make things very interesting but our trip was super safe and relaxing.