It's not too late then. Keep it free from contamination. If your spawn looks like it's going to fruit, you can actually add pasteurized substrate to it if you have straw, chips, or sawdust. Cut logs now. Inoculate in 2 weeks.
Thanks so much for your help, just a few more quick questions.
The sawdust is not very white yet, so shall we take the spawn out of the fridge & keep inside our house at room temp for the 2 weeks, or outside on our porch ? So the spawn has a chance to develop more ?
Should we put the spawn back in the fridge 1 day before inoculation, so the spawn is hibernating when we inoculate ?
It will develop more quickly out of the fridge, but make sure it is not in sunlight. If it looks or feels too dry , you can add pure water. No chlorine or chloramine. It doesn't need to go in the fridge at all.