Teresa and Andrew wish you a Healthy and Happy Holiday Season

January in Cedar Key, Florida.
Cedar Key, Florida - most farm raised clams in the USA come from Cedar Key. Yum!
Kayaking around Cedar Key
Kayaking around Cedar Key
Every year, we run/walk the Strides for Education 5k to benefit Lee County Schools (where Teresa's sister Dianne works). Andrew got his best 5k time ever in preparation for...
The Run Through Time hard half marathon - 13.1 miles, 1570 feet of climbing.
We led a hut trip to Continental Divide Cabin for a small group. These cabins are like 4 star winter camping with stocked wood and a propane stove.
Max and Millie keeping guard over their domain in their summer hair-do!
Teresa at Art Walk
The columbine is Colorado's state flower. Andrew snapped this on a hike up Hope Pass with friend Phil.
Hike in Edwards... nice flowers, but you cannot see the smoke that surrounds us. It was a bad fire year for Colorado!
Photo of our back yard garden (aka Pinon Hills Yacht Club) immediately following a hail storm.
Andrew did a backpack in La Garita wilderness with friend Bob. Here's one of our campsites for the night, cows in the distance.
Red Rocks concert - what a magical venue! We saw a great show by Lake Street Dive.
Not in Colorado... after a nice, but hot, hike in Atlanta's Chatahoochee National Recreation Area.
Salida has one of the world's few tin type photographers, Tim Brown. Andrew being the son of a photographer, we enjoyed going through the whole process.
One of the fun things about our little town... the annual lighting of Christmas Mountain - and yes, that is a bunch of goats pulling the Grinch down the street.
Max and Millie are happy to be home after a holiday at boarding, where they received a thanksgiving dinner including turkey bacon!
Goofiness at Christmas party photo booth.
Ending the year with Christmas at the Cliff House in Manitou Springs with friends Mark and Brenda.
We wish you a very happy 2019!

HO HO HO... Oh no! Is it time for the 2018 Holiday Card already!?!

We are doing well, and still loving life in our hometown of Salida, Colorado. Andrew has a new contract job working at Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI) based in Pueblo playing with trains (but working mostly from home), and the housing boom in Salida is keeping Teresa's business (TandaCAD) busy as well, but we still find time to play and enjoy this wonderous part of the world we live in.

Jack Koransky's (Andrew's dad) is making great progress... more info on his Caring Bridge Page.

We hope this finds you well, and.....

May the Universe smile on all of you with Peace and Happiness!

Teresa and Andrew

What a long strange trip it's been...

Here's a live shot from our webcam (mounted on the front of our house)...