The village was described as “the gateway to the world-famous high tides of the Bay of Fundy” and also as “a great spot to grab a bite to eat after a hike in the park (try the sticky buns — everyone in town raves about them, and for good reason).”
The sticky buns are still favourites of locals and visitors. In fact, on the August long weekend this year (yes, during a pandemic), Kelly’s Bake Shop sold an incredible 10,872 sticky buns!
Written by Janet Wallace with information provided by Ken Kelly, son of Miriam Kelly and Janet’s second (or third) cousin once removed. Photography borrowed from Kelly's Bakeshop Facebook page.