(Yes, I said again. Last year when I went to move the chicks into the big coop, I accidently closed the coop door. It is only 6 feet by 4 feet at the base (with the nesting boxes) but the upper part is only 2 feet wide (still 6 feet long) and I was trying to catch a chick over all the perches when one went by me so I grabbed the door and tried to stop it with my foot (I am only 5'3" so failed) but the door closed and locked. I had to call a neighbor (luckily I had my cell phone on me) to come get me out since my husband was 2.5 hours away. So today I was cleaning this coop out to put the new babies in the coop - (they are 5 weeks old), so I was putting in the bedding when my hip hit the side of the door and it slammed shut behind me. I had my cell on me again so I called my husband who was up at the house. He said He had thought oh I tell her to take her phone but then no, hmm, she wouldn't do it again. She learned last year to be careful. But then I called and he just started laughing. Of course he came down to get me out but took my picture in the coop first. Any day that you do not have a fun story to tell is a day that is soon forgotten. So I have made a memory. Gotta laugh at myself. I gotta figure out a way to keep that door from locking so easily. Maybe a pin in the lock to block it from hooking?