"The Mojave" C.A.R.E Ride Monaghan Motor Sports Tehachapi California "Part Three"

Off-Road Enthusiast by the hundreds turned out for the third annual C.A.R.E for Cancer run from Mojave California to the state line in Nevada, The Riders all on off road vehicle where supported by a team organized By Monaghan Motor Sports, all the support team our prepares to Handel just about any sort of emergence that comes along from a flat tire to a search and rescue this is one major event and all that participate are there to make sure it comes off with out a hitch. Check out more shows at www.asnbc.com

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Those who crave a little adventure from time to time can visit the Mojave Desert to search for a hidden pool. It's part of an installation by Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia. Those who crave a little adventure this summer can visit the Mojave Desert to search for a hidden pool. It's part of an installation by Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia. He launched the project just to see how far people would go to experience a taste of luxury. Barsuglia explained "I wanted to build a man-made luxury that is in great contrast to the area around. Water and pools are a status symbol, and it's interesting to see how far people will drive to get to it." The small pool was completed on June 20th. While it is open to the public, getting to it isn't exactly easy. Guests need a key to unlock it. They also require the GPS coordinates of the pool. That means visitors are sent on a treasure hunt of sorts just to find it. Writer Juliet Bennett Rylah was one of the first to find it and take a dip. She first went to the MAK Center for Art and Architecture and asked for one of the four keys to the pool. She signed off on some paperwork that states the key cannot be copied and must be returned within 24 hours. The most important requirement is that the visitors do not disclose the pool's location. Rylah was successfully able to find and swim in the so-called 'Social Pool'.

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