Sierra To The Sea is organized by the Almaden Cycle Touring Club.The route typically stops at the following eight California cities:Columbia, Jackson, Folsom, Winters, Calistoga, Duncan Mills, Olema, and San Francisco (you can know more about these places by following the link to STTS above).Most days of riding include one long and one short option (I selected a mix over the days, depending on how I was feeling).Although Iíve been around Columbia before, I donít think Iíd ever actually been there.On the first day of riding, a group of us had our picture taken over the Stanislaus river.We also had a nice rest stop later that day.On the second day, I got to take a short dip in the El Dorado river!The third day, I covered the most mileage, starting along the American River bike trail, through Old Sacramento, through Davis (I broke a spoke just outside of Davis, and had to return to the city for a quick repair), and finally to Lake Solano campground, where they had peacocks!I took the long option the next day, and had a great ride up Ink Grade hill, and lazed around the rest stop!The next day we passed through the Wine country, and camped near the Russian River.I didnít get any pictures on the 2nd-to-last day because my battery ran out of charge, but on the last day, we approached San Francisco on a typically foggy day, and triumphantly crossed the Golden Gate bridge, winding up in Golden Gate park, where we packed up, and returned home.And, of course, there was the obligatory license plate!