Need an opinion. Here in the NW summer has arrived. It has been 75-85 degrees for the last week and expected to stay that way for another 5 days or so. My Russians have been enjoying this early summer by living outside now. Thelma, my large female has apparently buried herself, which is not uncommon for her. She does that alot, her favorite thing to do even indoors. I usually can find where she is and dig her up and bring her in at night when I think its gonna be to cold. Did the same thing last year in the early spring even though they have heated houses to retreat to. This year however I am unable to find where she has buried herself. She has not been seen for 4 days now. No, she cannot get out and yes, I am sure. I am wondering how long I should wait to really dig up the enclosure to find her or just let her be and wait for her to decide when its time to show herself. Weather man is saying that it will cool off to 73 with a chance of rain later this week for about three days. What do you all think?