There was a huge dry lightning fire last night down the highway from us. It burned up a lot of acreage, but thankfully, no homes. However, we lost power last night at 7:30 and as of nearly 9am this morning, we still didnt have any. http://www.omakchronicle.com/nws/n080701d.shtml We live 7 miles up the highway from the biggest fire and Leader Lake is across the highway from us.... I threw a big blanket over the incubator but it was at 82 this morning when I woke up at 6am. I then was torn between taking the whole mess to work with me which is about 20 minutes in a bumpy caror leaving it at home and hoping it didnt spike when the power came back on. My FIL works for the PUD and he got called out last night at 11pm and still wasnt home this morning. They originally said wed have power by 8am but my husband called his dad and his dad pretty much said that we shouldnt count on it. So I packed in-between the eggs with plastic wal-mart sacks and loaded them up. I brought them into work, unwrapped them and everyone made it okay I got them plugged in and they are now approaching 95 degrees so its coming back up. I have four mottled Houdans due to hatch tomorrow, four Sumatras and four mystery polish chicks due Friday. The other eggs are more Sumatras, some blue/black/splash Orpingtons and 16 yellow/blue cochins. I dont want to give up on these but Im wondering if its a lost cause? Some are due any day, others are about a week behind. I JUST HEARD TWO CHEEPS! So at least TWO of them are alive right now!