Where Snow Globes Go When They're Broken Snow globes cost as much to repair as to buy a new one. But many owners opt to get theirs repaired for sentimental value. NPR's Liane Hansen talks to snow globe mender Dick Heibel, who runs a repair shop in Northfield, Minnesota.
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Where Snow Globes Go When They're Broken

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Where Snow Globes Go When They're Broken

Where Snow Globes Go When They're Broken

Where Snow Globes Go When They're Broken

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Snow globes cost as much to repair as to buy a new one. But many owners opt to get theirs repaired for sentimental value. NPR's Liane Hansen talks to snow globe mender Dick Heibel, who runs a repair shop in Northfield, Minnesota.