Answer to old chestnut: east and west coast same time

One friend lives in southeastern Oregon, near Boise, Idaho. This area is in the Mountain time zone. The other lives in the Florida panhandle, south of Alabama. This is in the Central time zone. Normally these areas are one hour apart, so when it is 6:00 for the friend in Florida, it is 5:00 for the friend in Oregon. However, when Daylight Savings Time ends, it does so at the same time of day in each time zone. For one hour, after the Central time zone has fallen back to standard time, it is the same time there as in the Mountain time zone where they have not yet changed the clocks back.

When I first read this, here's the answer I thought of:

They're both in the same state. Florida has an east coast and a west coast.

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