Here is the link to last week's post for directions, etc., but today, is all about MORE PHOTOS!!
The tide levels could not have been more different this time.
High tide was 5:00 a.m. today, we got on the water around 7:45. We followed a very similar route as I did last weekend. I knew the tide was going out today and was even more mindful of the rocks and tide/currents. We timed this PERFECTLY... as we approached the Ram Island Ledges, the rocks were not far out of the water and were covered with seals! The boat traffic was pretty much non existent until later...we saw a family who had similar ideas as we did, on paddleboards, coming from the other side of Ram Island. This is an amazing trip and I got SOOO lucky today to be in the presence of so many seals. They swam around us, towards us, followed us, and when we weren't looking at them, they splashed a bit to get our attention.. just amazing. Enjoy the pictures!