Odin also got to pose with “some fellow heroes” from the National Guard, along with Hendel’s daughter, Ariel, and Daryl and Dixon the goats, as shown in the following photo: Oh, and here is Odin posing with some fellow heros from the National Guard, 40th military police company.Our deepest... Posted by Roland Tembo Hendel on Thursday, October 19, 2017 Odin’s story has touched many hearts during the disaster. As flames encroached on the family’s Santa Rosa property and the family had to flee, Odin refused to leave without all of the animals. “When we had found relative safety we cried for Odin and our goats,” Hendel says on the family’s YouCaring page . “I was sure I had sentenced them to a horrific and agonizing death.” Days later, the family was able to return to the property to see what remained. To their disbelief, Odin – burned and battered but still alive – was there surrounded by the goats and small deer. It appeared that even the deer had sought him out for safety. In another piece of the heroic story, Hendel says his friend and neighbor, Ken Link of Linked Vineyards , stayed behind during Dog Collar evacuations to protect his home and vineyard. Not only did Link successfully defend his property, he also went “twice a day to check on (Hendel’s animals) and bring them food and water and helped with the search for them when they were missing.” The story inspired the family’s campaign selling T-shirts and grocery bags with Odin’s likeness and the slogan “If you need a hero.
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