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Samuel Cruz
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Have been living in a log cabin since 1997 which was built in 1991. I'd like to submit a story with pics of our home as it endured category 5 hurricane Maria on Sept. 20-two weeks after going through hurricane Irma on Sept. 6. I've enjoyed your mags since the 1st issue. keep up the great work!
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Hi, I’m Samuel Cruz and along with my wife Vivian, and our three kids, we purchased a Jim Barna log home and had it shipped to Puerto Rico & built in 1991. It sits on 2 ¾ acres in the mountains. The …

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I’m Samuel Cruz and along with my wife Vivian, and our three kids, we purchased a Jim Barna log home and had it shipped to Puerto Rico & built in 1991. It sits on 2 ¾ acres in the mountains. The 2700 sq. ft., 8” saddle-notched house (built on a concrete slab and anchored to it with “J” bolts) is surrounded by trees on three sides. It has been through several tough storms such as Hortense, Georges, Irma, and now, Maria.

Hurricane Irma made landfall on September 6 of this…

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Posted on December 18, 2017 at 12:27pm

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At 11:52am on January 2, 2018, PRECIOUS ROMEO said…


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