Hi. It is day 3 for our chicken eggs in the homemade incubator! The temp. was a perfect 101 degrees F. yesterday and humidity was good so far. But today I had to move the eggs and the incubator, due to travel plans. So I wrapped the incubator up and closed the vents, so the heat would last longer. Then we drove in the van for about an hour. I did my best to keep the eggs warm by holding the incubator and covering it with blankets, hoping my body's heat would help. The temp. went from 101-about 80 degrees F. or a little less. As soon as we reached our destination and the car ride was over, I took the 'bator with the two eggs inside it and brought them inside. I then immediately hooked up the light again and placed the 'bator under it, like it had been before we traveled. The temp. was about 80 degrees F. when i started warming the bator with the lamp. Right now they are still warming. Are the eggs still alive??? I am really really worried that the loss of heat in the bator will kill the eggs! Will it effect the eggs badly? Thanks!