At last we’re seeing some improvement in what has been one of craziest spring seasons in decades. As stream and river levels gradually keep dropping, despite the occasional splash-and-dash thunderstorm, fishing will continue to improve. Same goes for the cooler air temperatures, which will make camping, hiking and gardening a lot more pleasant. Of course what would be our normal calendar weather patterns seemed to have moved back almost a full month with that stretch of obviously midsummer-type we “enjoyed” a few weeks ago. Let’s hope now that we actually get a normal summer and not a wet, cool one like two years ago.