I often go to YouTube not just for music videos, but to also check out what people are posting about right here in the Hudson Valley area. I recently stumbled upon a video that I thought was pretty amazing posted from the account: The Lowkey perspective. The video was simply titled Streets of Poughkeepsie New York, and it took me on a walk through the city that I've called home for for the past 15 years or so. The film was shot this past April, on a beautiful Spring day. There's just something about how the video was shot that caught my eye. It got me wishing we could go back in time to just 7 months ago, especially with the Daylight Savings nonsense this week. LOL I'm not a fan of Fall or Winter in the Hudson Valley. Some would wonder why I'm still in NY after all these years with my hate for 6 months of the year here, but I just hate the cold weather. And I've been a New Yorker all my life so I don't ever foresee that changing anytime soon. I do however love Spring and Summer in the Valley. Good times!

A description of the video from the uploader says that it's a walk from Poughkeepsie's Metro North Rail Station to Main Street in the city. The person also says that they had a moment at the beautiful waterfront along the Hudson River and also walked down one of Poughkeepsie's most dangerous blocks Winnikee Avenue.

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