It almost didn’t matter what you were doing over the weekend. It was all good. Whether you were catching an 18″ trout in the Verona Park Lake like George Sadiv of Clifton, eating French toast outside at Raymond’s, playing Scrabble on your deck, gazing at the cherry blossoms in Branch Brook Park or part of the mob Modern Yarn’s going-out-of-business sale, it was fun to be out. Well, maybe not for everybody. But it almost felt like some big movie director had hired a cast of thousands to ride skateboards, strum guitars, shop, roam, dine and otherwise populate what we hadn’t even realized until just this weekend had been a ghost town since late November.