Ok guys, I am at 6800 ft above sea level and it occurs to me that perhaps, like cooking, there might be some changes needed to have a successful hatch. Last round was less than successful, but not a huge bummer as it wasn't my Barnies or Lemon Cochins. This time it is!!! I've got the Hovabator set up and it's stable at 99.5 (it's a still air that I put a computer fan in and an egg turner in). I'll check it again tonight, which will be 24 hours. It should be good. There are three thermometors in there: the one that came with it, an Acurite from Wallyworld and a digital cooking thermomter for the water wiggler. The Humidity here is ambient at 20%, so getting it up to 30-40% take filling it every day. More than that on day 18 will take a wet washcloth or sponge plus water in the tray. The Lemon Cochins arrived yesterday and are in the incubating room coming up to the 75 Fahrenheit ambient. Barnies are at the P.O. Box and I'll pick them up at 9 pm tonight when I head home. I'll give them 24 hours to rest and stabilize and put everyone in the 'bator tomorrow night (Friday) at about 9pm. I have to make a water wiggler because I haven't located one here in town (go figure, I've thrown about a million of them out over the years). Fine, a plastic baggie, water and tape. I can do that. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Has anyone hatched at this altitude before? I would be seriously bummed if my Barnies or Lemon Cochins were not successful.