Bellevue is a short jaunt from Elizabeth's family's cabin at Ocean Pond. There's a very nice little campground there that you have to go through to access the beach, with sites lined up along the top of the cliffs and some awesome views out across the bay. When we arrived, we headed straight for the beach.
On the beach we followed the swirling flock of seagulls who were obviously there for the same reason we were. Unfortunately, while the hundreds of dead capelin on the shore were evidence that they had been rolling, by the time we arrived the tide was on its way out, along with the fish. That didn't stop the seagulls, of course, who seemed to have no problem picking up the odd snack just by floating along the surface of the water.