The land that the Price's nursery is on was given to a son of John's. The other side of the road along the creek was given to the daughter that married my ancestor. He logged it until the railroad came through, and went to work for them. The rest of my ancestors worked on the DL&W ever since. If you turn right on 447, just before Alpine Mountain Ski Area, they tore down the old homestead last year along 447 and the creek where it flooded. I actually own 4 homes that I rent on your way to nowhere (sno hill) but only one of 'em has smoke from a Fisher stove coming out of it.