I was thinking the other evening as we drove through a neighborhood in Metro DC. House after house with lights on and you could see people through the windows. I wondered what they do in those houses. More importantly when people ride by my house they have no clue the crazy lady that lives there is bent over an incubator whistling and talking to eggs that will sometimes peep back at her. I thought it would be fun for all of use hatchers to show where the magic happens. My son's bedroom is the room in my house with the most stable temps. It recieves daylight and sun shine from morning to night. It is also the room with the least traffic. It is a quiet peaceful room in shades of green with white trim. It has comfortable twin beds to nap on and wait for eggs to pip and hatch, too. This is a photo from this morning of all of my 1588's going. The temp brooder for the goslings and my 'photo studio'. This is my box of supplies that I keep close at hand when I have eggs going. Papertowels, cups for warm water, syringe, pin for pipping if needed, tweezers, bleach for disinfecting, liquid soap for washing up, spare water wigglers, extra batteries for thermometers, etc. 2 flashlights for candling and a spritzing bottle for the goose eggs. Show me where your magic happens.