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Much like nature, we humans appreciate cycles in our lives and none is more celebrated than the start of a brand new year. It is an opportunity for us to relax, take a deep breath, and reflect on the past twelve months. We do so not to pat ourselves on our accomplishments and goals met, but to assess those places where we might have fallen short. Then we can look at ways of correcting those missteps and making ourselves better. This is the true cycle of living, always moving forward enjoying our victories and learning from our failures.

For the second year in a row, our Elves had to adapt to Covid paremeters and safety measures assuring that we all remain safe and healthy in these trying times. Having been properly vaccinated, our Elves also practiced all safety measures laid down by the Larimer County Health Board. Health is one of the greatest treasures and should never be taken for granted.

The weather also played a big part in our taking on lots and lots of yard clean ups. More than is our norm, as the lack of any significant snowfall made it possible for us to tackling those falling leaves and twigs and get those yards looking pristine again. Of course, our Elves are totally prepared for when Mother Winter will let loose with her white dress of snow which we all know is sure to come. And our snow removal crews will be right there to meet those new challenges.

In the end, we say farewell to 2021 and thank all our valued customers for their continued to faith and support in us. The new year is the time to look ahead and our traditional resolution here at Yard Elves is always the same, to serve you, our family of customers in the best quality fashion we can. It is our promise to you. So let’s roll up our sleeves, welcome 2022 and shout out…HAPPY NEW YEAR Colorado!

Go CSU Rams 2022!

Merry Christmas!

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Happy Easter

Happy Easter

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A Busier February

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