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Answered: Why is Moroni Statue in Salt Lake City not golden?

That would be a good question for the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter-day Saints. Many of their statues are cased in gold leaf, not for the sake of opulence, but because five dollars worth of gold leaf will save a thousand dollars worth of paint over the life of an art work. www.mormon.org

Answered: What is the driving distance in miles from Reno to Salt Lake City?

Hi, The distance fro Reno, Nevada to Salt Lake City, Utah is 427 miles (or 686 K"m). Here is a map and some more usefull information. Best regards,

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Answered: How many miles from salt lake city to ayres Natural Bridge Park?

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Can I use epsom salt in my neti pot?

I do not believe that you want to use Epsom salt in your neti pot. You can buy packets of hypertonic or isotonic salts to use in your neti pot at any pharmacy. It is always better to use a product with the appropriate solutions. http://www.themedicinehut.com

Where to buy king cakes in salt lake city?

Gourmandise The Bakery sells both the New Orelans style Kings Cake and the Galette des Rois (Northern France style). They will be selling these from 2/26/2014-3/3/2014. They can be reached at (801) 328-3330 to place orders.

Where to buy king cakes in salt lake city?

They are located in downtown Salt Lake City.

Cutting the stones (opal)

Opals aren't cut, they're ground and polished. But yes, if there is someone in your area that cuts, grinds and polished gemstones, you can certainly pay them to prepare the opals. If there's a good rock shop in your area, ask them to recommend someone. Or they may provide that service themselves.