For the past 10 years, Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman partner Mark Coleman has traded the “seriousness of court for the serenity of the Sierras”, spending several days out of the summer to participate in an 80-mile cattle drive.
Coleman’s moo-ving hobby was recently featured on an ABC 30 story by Sontaya Rose, who followed Coleman during a portion of the 80-mile, four-day trek that begins in Raymond in Madera County and ends in Iron Creek above Fish Camp.
Coleman describes the cattle herding experience as a stark contrast to the controlled chaos of trials.
“At the end of the day, you feel better than you do after an end of the day at a trial. I love trials, I love the excitement, but this is just a different kind of relaxing,” said Coleman.
Read a transcript of the video at ABC 30: Valley defense attorney uses cattle drive to soothe his soul.