After a couple days of mixing, I realized there were about a dozen blueberry skins, but more importantly, those worms, floating up to the top. So, I skimmed them right off.
After about 4-5 days in the primary, I snapped the lid on & put in an airlock. It's down to 1.020 now, and smells pretty darn good. The bubbling, more importantly foaming has reduced significantly; I'll transfer to my secondary tomorrow.
Just to make sure - I don't use campden tablets during the transfer, and can run it through a course filter to remove larger solids (wormies, and a few skins)? I'm amazed that the 18 pounds of blueberries is now down to slightly larger than a baseball. (Much smaller than a softball.) Kung-fu grip when I squeeze that juice out each day. :P
On deck: I've been picking blackberries almost daily - I have acres and acres of blackberry bushes available, though getting scratched up gets pretty old pretty quickly. Originally I was going to do one gallon, but now it looks like 6 gallons of blackberry wine are on deck. Blackberries (about 30 pounds of wild berries at this point) are sitting happily in my freezer. The rest = pies and cobbler. My arms look like I've been in a fight with a cat.