We rode back out to the highway and got a snack at a roadside gas station, then it was onwards and upwards (literally) as we headed north towards Bay of Fundy.
We called in to visit Ross Farm Museum which showcases farming practices from the mid 1800's. It was quite fascinating. They cropped, farmed animals, black-smithing & cooperage displays (barrel making), they showed how they made their straw hats, in fact, everything for survival back in those days. It is a working farm and everything is done as it used to be. It is also a viable farm, I guess partly due to the influx of tourists. It was a wonderful place to see.
After really enjoying Hall's Harbour we rode east to see the views from the 'Lookoff' which shows a vast expanse of the tidal recession in the Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy.