Some of these were Christmas presents; several we purchased to console ourselves for being unable to visit (and game with) our relatives in Oregon while they were snowed in.
The Princes of Machu Picchu — Mac Gerdts's latest, and we are very taken with it. Strongly recommended!
Ice Flow — An interesting semi-abstract with nice bits. Might be a bit dry.
Set — A light, quick filler. Helen has wanted this for a long time.
EuroRails — We're fans of the crayon rail series, and already have Empire Builder and Iron Dragon.
Le Havre — Only played this once so far; we're looking forward to more plays. Lots of unique cards to become familiar with.
Stone Age — A straight-forward worker-placement game that's proved to be a lot of fun. Recommended as a mid-weight Euro.
TransAmerica — We liked TransEuropa when Helen's Mom brought it, so we got this for ourselves. Includes the "Vexation" expansion.
Galaxy Trucker — Looking forward to trying this, but having a little trouble with components.
Dominion — Everybody raves about this; I hope it lives up to the hype. (Do we really need 500 card sleeves for this game!?)*
Fresh Fish — A strange and interesting game about managing negative space.
Silverton — A heavy-duty, long-running rail game suitable for one (!) to six players. I'm eager to try this one.
* Postscript: It's now 11:30 pm. Yes, we did need 500 sleeves. I have just finished sleeving them all. I also spent a couple of hours this afternoon putting 200+ stickers onto little plastic poker chips for Silverton. Not as bad as the ~700 stickers for Commands and Colors: Ancients, but bad enough. Never let it be said that I won't suffer for my hobbies.