There is a "T" intersection when you drive up to the ferry. I was about to turn to cross the ferry when I noticed a sign for the Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine. So I drove a few miles up to road to take a look. The road into the shrine is dirt, sand, and soft. The place was packed. The annual pilgrimage was on that weekend. I was there long enough to get a photo of the church.
The ferry operator was a nice guy. I mentioned that the operator on the prior ferry seemed to be in an unpleasant mood. He remarked that he knew who was on shift there that day. He said that he sees himself as a public servant, not a public slave, and that he enjoys the job. He told me a lot of ferry traffic is tourists and you want them to enjoy their trip in the province. All of the ferry operators I ran across that day were very friendly except for the one.
Quick crossing. Less than ten minutes.