Just a question. I pitched London III Wyeast on a 5 gallon batch of a NE IPA I came up with. It started fermenting at less than 24 hours. Like it was supposed to. Everything was looking good when I went on vacation. Left for the beach afterwards and just got back. My friend kept an eye on it. Had a blowoff tube on just in case. Forgot to take a gravity reading in all the commotion of packing. It was at 76 degrees the first 5 days and settled back to about 73. Krausen has fallen but there are still tiny bubbles on top that keep forming like in the beginning of fermentation. Solution on airlock is completely on the right chamber and bubbles esacape every minute or so but not continuously. Is it ok??? This has never happened before. First time using this yeast as well. I'm supposed to put into secondary fermentation on Sunday evening. As that is around 14 days since I let it sit 24 hours before pitching. I'm a little concerned it was too hot going into fermentation anyway as my wife was paranoid to let me run fans on it for 10 days. It is in the basement setting on concrete so I thought that might help. It has been at 74 degrees since I got back Wednesday night. This has never happened in the 2 years ive been brewing and I am freaking out... I would appreciate some feedback.