With a wedding and several town visits behind us, we were starting to tire as we pulled into Belvue.
As we poked around the town, I realized that I had been through it dozens of times without even knowing its name. It's funny how much you can miss when you're not really paying attention.
The best things we saw here were the boat ramp and fishing area down at the riverside, at the end of an especially bumpy dirt road. From this bluff, we could see for miles upriver and down. It was a gorgeous afternoon with a nice breeze blowing and low-hanging clouds shielding us from the sun's heat.
It was, in short, the perfect time and place for throwing rocks into the river before heading home.
Total distance today: 92.9 miles.