Holiday Road: A Memoir

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 8, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 222 pages
Holiday Road is Bill Brysons Walk in the Woods meets Bridget Jones, with a little yoga thrown in to mix things up a bit. Grace takes her two children to California spending the summer with her brother and sister. After a somewhat chaotic life, Grace feels she is destined to meet the elusive Mr Right, which becomes somewhat of a theme throughout the story and sees Grace in several amusing incidents. The laugh out loud heart warming story takes you through their holiday: camping trip down the Highway 1 California coastal route, days out and Graces visits to San Francisco to practise yoga.
 

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Contents

Grace
9
Welcome to California
14
Ashtanga Yoga
24
Good News and Bad News
38
Cool
45
Garage Yoga
52
Fourth of July Weekend
58
Oyster Mushrooms Ashtanga and Tarzan
69
Morro Rock and Gaviota Beach
132
July Fifteenth
141
Disneyland and Vanessas Tenth Birthday
145
Sequoia National Park
155
Another Practice
162
Lake Tahoe
173
Birthdays Barbeque
183
Lake Tahoe Revisited
188

Morning Campers
81
A Concrete Ship Castroville and Monterey Beach
94
Laguna Seca Mazda Raceway Grand Prix Campsite
101
Big Sur and McWay Falls
113
Plaskett Creek and Sand Dollar Beach
119
San Francisco Zoo
195
One More Class
207
Long Way Down the Holiday Road
212
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About the author (2011)

Shelley Costello lives in England with her two children, Whitney and Joel and is a devoted practitioner of the late Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois’ system of Ashtanga Yoga. After spending years working in busy offi ce environments, she took a different path and requalifi ed as a Yoga Teacher and Life Coach. Shelley has always had a passion for writing and has published several articles with the international Yoga Magazine. Holiday Road is her fi rst book.

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