andres' life

Living the Dream

Who is Andres?

Hey there!

My name is Andres “Andy” Esparza and I am an outdoor educator currently living and working in Yosemite National Park, California.  As far as I can tell, I have the best job in the world seeing as how I teach kids in the outdoors.

I am currently (Fall 2012) on another leg of my Pan-American bike tour that I hope to complete one day. This section of the journey will see me through Vancouver to Guatemala with many beautiful sights and people along the way.

When I am not teaching or cycling,  I can often be found rock climbing, hiking, backcountry skiing or just down by the river sipping on a cold beer. It’s a rough life, I know. But someone has to do it.


Follow my adventures, share some stories and get inspired. This blog is all about my day to day happenings, adventures, thoughts and the beautiful people and places I see along the way.


3 comments on “Who is Andres?

  1. Leigh Westerlund
    April 28, 2011

    This is amazing, Andy!

    I’m going to read from this to introduce you. This is beautiful.

    Thank you,

    December 24, 2012

    You’re so cool! I am in El Paso visiting my family and my momma (whose maiden name is Esparza) says “here is this Andy guy doing something you would do”. Keep the stories coming, it’s a beautiful adventure you’re on!

    • Andres
      December 24, 2012

      Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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