I have 2 wyandotte eggs that are now (drum roll) at day 22 (to the hour). They re in still air incubator, temp has remained fine the whole time (till today--see below). i've kept the water reservoires full. I candled them quickly today without rotating their position and saw movement in both (a flicker) nd haave seen both eggs shake a bit on their own. Since it's day 22, do I just leave them and hope it's a late hatch?? We're have great success with embryos growing, but our 1st 2 eggs due to hatch both died..one early on and one 4 days before hatch. They were frizzle rooster/barred rock hen mixes. Today's crisis was a power outage. I panicked, and folded abeach towel and set it over the eggs in the 'bator and rushed them to the truck to make a 45 min drive to my mom's house. I reaalized the bumpy carride was not a wise idea, so turned home and within 15 minutes filled 3 ziplock bags with hot tap water and got them snuggled...then the power came right back on. So, all eggs were at about 80 degrees for maybe 20-25 min. (we have other breeds of chickens cooking) Thank you all so much for your advice...I'm a nervous wreck.