Taken about 1 hour after the tidal bore came up the river from the Bay of Fundy. The Petitcodiac is often referred to as the "Chocolate River" because of its muddy banks and water. Most of the ice has started to melt, exposing the muddy banks. Taken around 8:30 AM in the morning on 4 April 2020, there was hardly another soul around. No real sunrise that day. Just a grey overcast day.