Teresa and Andrew wish you a Healthy and Happy Holiday Season

Snowshoeing in January in our "backyard".
Had to leave our mark!
Andrew on "dawn patrol" at Monarch.
Max and Millie enjoying the snow with their jackets on.
Andrew's 49th birthday with friends Mark, Mark, and Paige.
The Piercy clan in San Antonio.
Family reunion trip to San Antonio with all of Teresa's siblings!
Hopscotch was a really fun stop in San Antonio.
More fun at hopscotch!
We visited with Andrew's college friend Cliff and Sheri Turner in San Antonio. It was 20 years since we last saw Cliff and family!
Happy Hour at Tower of the Americas in San Antonio
Andrew's mom came to visit us for a driving trip around the front range. Here we are enjoying high tea at The Brown Palace. Carb overload!
T&A at Brown Palace
Marc Bornstein family visit to Salida
Gautam and Donna visiting us in Salida for Art Walk
Our new camper, Simone, on its maiden voyage. She is an Escape 19 from Canada. We hope to take this little camper on many adventures in the coming years.
We visited Atlanta to help my dad move into a fantastic facility where he receives excellent care!
Hiking with Mom in Edwards
In Barcelona Spain at Gaudi's Park Guell
The amazing La Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona
The town of Girona - this staircase was featured in Game of Thrones
T&A in Sevilla - Rick Steves Audio tours are great!
Amazing portugese custard pastries in Seville!
An ancient Roman amphitheater in the ruins of Acipino high on a hilltop in rural Spain outside of Ronda
Tapas w/sangria in the middle of the paseo in Ronda
The "new" bridge in Ronda, completed in 1793- the town is built on both sides of a beautiful gorge.
The "water mine" in Ronda - this is how water was brought to the town in ancient days.
The amazing Mezquita in Cordova - originally a mosque, it now is home a church in the middle of the old moorish architecture.
Outside the Mezquita in Cordoba
Chocolate con Churros in Madrid. Yum!
Sunset in Salida
Pueblo cottage, ready to rent!
Thanksgiving with friends in Salida
Our annual picture with Salida's own Krampus!
Fireworks after the lighting of Christmas Mountain
Annual Koransky photo shoot in Atlanta
We wish everyone a very happy holiday season!
and don't forget to smile and laugh often!

HO HO HO... Oh no! Is it time for the 2022 Holiday Card already!?! Keeping it brief again this year, although you can find more details in the photo captions.

Is it almost 2023? This year seemed to fly by. After a year of being cooped up, we got out a bit this year. We took multiple trips to Atlanta as well as visits with Teresa's family in San Antonio, and a much-needed vacation to Spain for our 20th anniversary.

Andrew's Dad, Jack, had an operation in February which compromised his balance. Unfortunately, he fell shortly thereafter on a carpeted floor, but it was enough to knock him unconscious. After a stay in the hospital and a nursing home, with lots of help, we were able to find a lovely facility for him at The Terraces at Peachtree Hills Place. He is very well cared for there, although he sure makes it be known he'd rather be home with Ellen, but that is unfortunately not possible with his current progress and medical needs.

Andrew is still working full time for the same company in Pueblo. The company changed names from TTCI to MxV Rail, moved out of its home of 40 some years, and is building tracks and facilities between their two new locations: a building next to the Pueblo airport as well PuebloPlex (soon-to-be the former Army's Pueblo Chemical Depot). Teresa's business (TandaCAD) has been busier than she would like. She is now very selective in which projects she takes. She is trying to slow down, semi-retire, and concentrate on her art (available here). Lastly, we are pivoting our Pueblo property's cottage to a fully furnished short term (3-6 month) rental, as we just couldn't find reliable help to turn it over as an AirBnB.

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 year it's been...

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