As a young lass growing up, I remember how if one were to even think about the idea of "working the pole" --as it was called in the late 1900's-- even the idea would be frowned upon as an un "respectable" form of dance. Of course, this is "compared" to ballet, jazz, tap and liturgical. Pole was considered "gentlemen's club" fare and only that.
Some have swimming pools. Some offer classes. Some boast about saunas or steam rooms for after workout de-stressing. Some others boast hydro-massage beds or chairs. But does your local upstate NY gym offer this beautifying treatment?
In our brand new video series we are introducing you to various areas all over Central New York from a new view. We're taking a drone to the skies to give you a new perspective on some of the areas most popular landmarks, properties, and landscapes. Our first location is the Phillip A. Rayhill Memorial Trail connecting Whitesboro and New Hartford.