Well I am in Old Lyme CT, just got my power/phones back..Unfortunately this darn storm knocked two trees over into my beautiful coop(( Here are some pics..This is what it looked like after my husband and I put all this work into converting my 12 x 20 shed into a partial coop This was the first tree, which left a hole in the roof, no biggy, I just came out of it and the second one hit and I am the first to admit, I cried like a baby((( My husband ran out with a dog crate, and all 9 chickies ran into it. Couldn't get in the front double doors, had to chainsaw his way into the side doors via the run This is what it looked like tues am, after we yanked the trees off with my blazer You'll notice the only thing saved was the 5 x 12 chicken area on the left side, thank goodness it didn't collapse because my chickies would have been dead I'm sure So we''ve cleaned it up and ended up dismantling the left wall, removed the nest boxes, and slapped it up against what's left standing..Temporary fix, because frankly the left side is out of whack and don't know if it will hold up if we get another storm like this one. End result While we cleaned up, the chickies had a great time in my dining room! I tarped the floor and put together a huge crate/xpen, and they just thought it was a great vacation..Keep in mind I have 3 dogs (aussies/german shepherd) and 4 cats,,no one bothered the chickens and vice versa, I'd find the dogs sleeping next to the xpen , and the chicks pecking the cat thru the wire LOL . So the chicks (which are 22 weeks old and NO EGGS YET!) are now back outside and doing fine.