I am working with a Unibroue Blanche de Chambly Clone. I followed all recipe instructions, fermented in the primary for 9 days. There was still some Krausen on the top but the Gravity reading was dead on so I transferred to a secondary. Four days in the secondary and the airlock is releasing bubbles around once a minute and it looks like there was a layer of Krausen that had crawled up the side of the 5g secondary but has since subsided. Are these bad signs? I took another gravity reading and it is at 1.011, right where the recipe is calling for. It fermented at between 68-75 and has been within the same range in the secondary. I was planning on bottling this Sunday but should I wait longer?