Thanks for the additional advice. I have the 2 supers in my closet with a dehumidifier. It is presently 80F and 35% humidity in there. I'll check on the honey this evening and see if I need to keep going or not.
I saw some honey that seemed to be a little runny, but much of it is not. I suspect that the bees decided not to cap some ripe honey, and some of the other isn't quite ready anyway. Had I known that bees don't always cap honey, I would have harvested weeks ago. This is one reason I like beekeeping -- there is always more to learn. I love it!
The reason I don't want to just give it all back to the bees is that I have only had one real harvest (& one very small harvest) since I started bee keeping 2 1/2 years ago. I would like to taste a little fruit from all my labor. The bees should have 2 deep hive bodies with plenty of honey to get them through the short Texas winter. I was able to shut down the robbing pretty fast, so I don't think they got much. This assumption is backed up by the fact that I don't have any was flakes sitting below the hive like I did last year after the major robbing when I estimate the robbers took nearly 100 pounds of honey. Ouch! I'll check on them in the next several days to see if I need to feed this winter.