Hrmmmm.. I am harvesting my cherries now, I have some fully dehusked currently (parchment layer removed - I pulp the outer skin off after sorting out the floaters). I sometimes get a slight mould on the parchment layer too, and Ive found that with the current weather, the dew is so heavy I cant leave them out overnight, I have to bring all the beans inside every afternoon, then put back out in the sun in the morning (central queensland).
I too use the blender with plastic blades to remove the parchment layer, then I blow it all around outside between colanders trying to get most of the parchment out.. the rest I pick out by hand.. its really labourious but I dont know of a better way.
Ive found that drying in a convection oven at 40 degrees C really helps finish the drying off, or catch up if they get slightly damp after youve left em outside. Ive had mine in the oven at 40C for probably 3 hours so far.. Ill give them a few more drying sessions yet.. but theyre starting to smell like "real" dried seeds ::) Love it.
Good luck ay ;)