I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction for a video or maybe even have info to pass on. I'm self/YouTube-taught when it comes to building things and thankfully the coops and other things that I have built in the past have been very strong and worked well enough. This time around I want to build a chicken coop that I can walk into to clean etc, basically a shed on skids. The coop might never be moved or there may come a time, even a few years from now, when we have to sell and move and I don't want to have to either leave it behind or destroy it trying to remove it! How do you build skids? The best way to level the base in a not-perfectly-level area? What dimensions for width and height of the skids? What angle is best for the ends of the skids? Anything else to be aware of? I've never even owned anything on skids to use as building/ assembly knowledge! I'm planning on the coop being 6x8ft or 5x9ft, or somthing close to that so that it will fit out through our backyard gate should that time come. (Urban area) All the YouTube videos I found have not been helpful and even a google search ended with info either far above my head or lacking all details! Anyone want to take me under their wing and help me out? Thank you!