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The late spring growing season in Thunder Bay means the first few weeks of June, which to me, is a wonderful way to start the summer months. Most university students have left for summer jobs by this time, and few out-of-town students get to see this beautiful sight on campus. The apple blossoms only last about two weeks, though really only two to four days are exceptionally spectacular - when all the blossoms are out on every branch and the fragrance is everywhere on campus.