I will need to get home after work to give you my gravity reading. I have it written down on my spreadsheet, but after three days it had not changed much (I think it went slightly up but I attributed that the cold). Otherwise there is no activity in the fermenter itself. It is still crystal clear, there is no CO2 creation, there are no disruptions on the liquid surface or churning to indicate any sort of life. When I have made this recipe previously (I have done so many time) in a warmer temperature the fermentation is hot and heavy after about 12 hours and the clarity, consistency, and gravity change quickly. As I stated above, this is my first attempt at brewing in a colder temperature. In Florida we do not really every get cold weather so year round I have a constant 70-74 degrees in the home, unaffected by weather. Am I just getting hot and bothered for nothing? Does brewing in cold temperatures usually start slower and build over a longer period?