Well, here it is, the winter coop for the 5 chickens. It is an 8'x8' square shed type design, with the high end around 7'8"high, sloping down to somewhere around 5' something. My Grandad and I built the base frame out of recycled 2x6 and 2x8 pressure treated wood that used to be the front steps of my brother in law's house. When we replaced the steps I took the old ones apart board by board, took 'em home and they became the base for the coop. I wanted it strong enough so that one day I could park the lawn tractor and stuff in there (When the chickens get an upgrade, of course). My 10 year old son helped too: The Inside: [IMG]http://i370.photobucket.com/albums/oo149/jamz2233/coop%20build/DSC_0412.jpg Here you can see it abuts the garage.. this is a garage window. Put the roof on today: (You can see the summer tractor in the side of the pic here, that was another fun build) The windows came from a neighbor, and I have another window framed in, but I'm not sure I want a window facing out the back side or not. The chickens love it, now all I have to do is put in the "chickenlock" (interior door to keep them out of the feed and from escaping when I open the human door), put in some shelving and do some electrics work. There is an outlet in the garage right next to it, so I will probably just run that in there for a water heater. I have to say, they enjoy their new digs!