Myrl Jeffcoat - Sacramento Realtor, Retired

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I am a retired Greater Sacramento Realtor. My career spanned 40 years beginning in 1981, and ending in 2021. MY INTERESTS & HOBBIES: In addition to family activities, I am active in a Sacramento history group, and a local Sacramento area genealogy group. I actively research several family names. I also have a special love of cooking. For several years, I worked at an international software development company, which was represented by people from all over the globe. During that time, I was fortunate enough to learn special recipes from a number of them. They include, Indian, Caribbean, Spanish, Italian, Mexican, Romanian, Hungarian, Irish, and Carolina "Low Country" recipes. I have developed a special interest in mixing certain recipes from varying ethnic groups to create unique recipes and combinations not usually seen. Another of my favorite pastimes is gardening. And, I often find myself spending hours in my garden, and wondering where time has gone! I am interested in photography and cameras. This interest began as a child, and has remained and was perpetuated in my Real Estate career, family activities, and travel. Last but not least, I enjoy travel - both foreign and domestic.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
We're hearing a lot of stories about the building of ADUs on properties with already existing homes.A few weeks ago, a pair of individuals unexpectedly built an ADU in my own backyard.  They chose a prime location under the roof of my patio.  They weren't shy about it either.  While I watched int...
06/05/2024
Last evening, to kick off an early weekend gathering in honor of my birthday, daughter Jill, rustled a few of us up. There was serious wine tasting forecast, at nearby Williamette Wineworks, in quaint Old Town Folsom.  What a relaxed pleasant evening it was.  A total of 6 wines were sampled, plus...
04/27/2024
After a couple of rainy weekend days, it felt good to see the sun shining once again today.  I took a drive to William Land Park, to visit the WPA Rock Garden which dates back to 1940.  Originally, the garden was a WPA project started near the end of the Great Depression.In addition to the Rock G...
04/15/2024
One of my favorite places to visit in springtime is Jensen Botanical Gardens. While out and about this morning, I decided to stop by and see what was blooming. Jensen Gardens has pleasant little trails, picnic areas and benches. It is located at:8520 Fair Oaks BoulevardCarmichael, CA 95608. The ...
04/12/2024
Thus far this month, I’ve mentioned my gratefulness for living close to the American River Parkway.  I’ve even mentioned be thankful for elasticized waistbands.  And, I've mentioned being blessed by a special mom. But, there isn't any way I can get through the "Thankfulness Challenge" that has be...
11/26/2023
Today, while revisiting all the many blessings in my life, sweet memories of my mother came to mind.  So much of who we are is based on the kind of childhood we experienced. I was fortunate enough to live in a home with both my parents.My mother was especially wonderful! My dad worked 10 minutes ...
11/20/2023
This month, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, Debe Maxwell is hosting the ActiveRain November “Thankful Thoughts Challenge.”  This is my second entry - "I am VERY thankful for elasticized waistbands!"Several years ago, a smile found way to my face, while reading a blog by Anna Banana. It was titled,...
11/13/2023
There is a place that I often access within a couple blocks of my home. I continue to regard this special place as a blessing, and a treasure in my life. The American River Parkway spans 23 miles, and covers 4,800 acres, and stretches along the American River, from Old Sacramento to the City of F...
11/07/2023
As a kid, I remember my Dad, Mom and I, traveling Route 66 on way to Kansas to visit family. So, while in Tulsa, Oklahoma a few days ago, my daughter and I took the opportunity to drive along parts of historic Route 66 through the city, and enjoy its nostalgic views. In addition, to visiting an ...
10/28/2023
While visiting Tulsa, an activity my daughter Jill, and I had decided on, the day after my grandson’s graduation, was to attend the Tulsa Oktoberfest. The Tulsa Oktoberfest is billed as the 8th largest Oktoberfest in the United States.  It was a really fun event, with many vendors, GREAT food, mu...
10/24/2023
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Myrl Jeffcoat

Greater Sacramento Realtor - Retired
local_phone(916) 635-0420
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