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3-23-2012 @ 1:26PM
You know, I just got off the phone with a friend of mine who lives in Florida. My family and I are going down to visit them in May. I'm an avid mountain biker and I've decided to drive down and take my bike so I could ride a little while I'm there. I just said to him, "Hey, I'm bringing my bike, so when we get to Florida, let's go ride Alafia State Park."I'm pretty sure he will be okay if I don't insist that we ride the second that I enter the state, or even the first or second day. "When I get to Florida" just means "during the time that I am in Florida." It's a common English phrase.
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