Today was a big day. The teenage girls moved out! http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=172113&id=1575386991&l=c7c1f0767d Preliminary feedback on my coop - while it isn't that large and the door isn't full human sized, it is very comfortable to reach into the coop. Today I hung the feeder and waterer without much trouble at all. The nest boxes are NOT on the outside like so many people here do, since I was worried about being able to insulate them enough. So they're simply right next to the human door. The whole coop has 4" walls with R-13 insulation in it. I hope that will keep them warm. Since the chicks aren't fully feathered out, and we still get night frosts here in MA, they've currently got 2 heat lamps going. Also I am not sure if they understand that they're supposed to drink from the hanging steel waterer. They got the hang of the feeder but I must make sure tomorrow that they know how to drink. I gave them baby spinach for a treat that was sort of starting to wilt and they LOVED it.