- Rob Donnelly | Rev. Diane Sullivan
Recent snow notwithstanding, summer is almost here. And since it might be gone by the time you finish reading this issue, it's wise to make the most of Vermont's shortest but sweetest season. How? Cast your lot, and a line, with expert fly-fisherman Peter Shea. Rock out at one of the state's many great music festivals. Take a spin on the bustling Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, or catch a breeze with sailmaker Bill Fastiggi. Stay sharp with a day trip to the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover. Stay fit — like, really fit — with some of Vermont's most avid obstacle course racers. After all of that, a little R&R sounds good. So check out Good2Go Camping, a new biz that takes the "rough" out of "roughing it." Whatever you do, make sure you pee before you leave the house, because bathrooms can be hard to find.