Amber Barger and her husband, Brian Barger, 49, work with the fiber-optic component of their Duck Li art vehicle recently at their home in Carmichael in preparation for Burning Man. The vehicle’s base is a golf cart and its eyes are the headlights. The exterior will also include fiber-optic stars. “It’s all held together by rivet screws, hot glue and Velcro,” Amber Barger said.
Amber Barger and her husband, Brian Barger, 49, work with the fiber-optic component of their Duck Li art vehicle recently at their home in Carmichael in preparation for Burning Man. The vehicle’s base is a golf cart and its eyes are the headlights. The exterior will also include fiber-optic stars. “It’s all held together by rivet screws, hot glue and Velcro,” Amber Barger said. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Amber Barger and her husband, Brian Barger, 49, work with the fiber-optic component of their Duck Li art vehicle recently at their home in Carmichael in preparation for Burning Man. The vehicle’s base is a golf cart and its eyes are the headlights. The exterior will also include fiber-optic stars. “It’s all held together by rivet screws, hot glue and Velcro,” Amber Barger said. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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