Seriously, I put this egg in the incubator on Tuesday, August 25. And yesterday it pipped. I got it from a neighbor, from whom I've gotten eggs before. I called them over the weekend, asking for more eggs, and offering yogurt in exchange, our usual deal. They called back on Sunday night while I was at work, telling me that they had been gone all weekend, but they had a dozen eggs sitting in a bowl for me. We couldn't hook up on Monday, but I found the eggs on my front porch Tuesday morning. So...... unless this chick really did develop and pip in 13 days, it must have been under a broody for a week, then on a kitchen counter and then my porch for AT LEAST another day and a half! I don't know how many of the others I can expect to hatch this week, and I've still been turning them. So, if your temperature drops for a couple of hours, or your power goes out, there's still hope. For me, the hope is that I have the fastest maturing bird in the world and I'll soon be rich!