Lago di Como in Italy, the River Shannon in Ireland, the Ticino region of Switzerland—and now the Stockton waterways. A contingent of six rowers on tour with the Rowing The World organization completed two long adventure rows out of Buckley Cove, April 12-13. The visiting rowers from Canada, France, Norway and Seattle teamed up with the Delta Sculling Center, in collaboration with the Stockton Rowing Club. The Saturday expedition was several miles into Fourteen-mile Slough, and on Sunday the scullers braved choppy waters past the port of Stockton and went down the more protected Calaveras River on their way back to Riverpoint Landing. The 40 kilometers of sculling during the weekend was punctuated by social activities and information about the California Delta. Sculler and naturalist Phoebe Storey accompanied DSC Coach Pat Tirone in a coach boat alongside the scullers to share her knowledge of the Delta.