Today I managed to get the front wall and door of the coop finished. I was not all that confident in being able to make the door, but, I was pleasantly surprised I was able to figure it out! Here is a photo of the front of the coop with the pop door closed. This is a close up of the door closed. and this is a close up of the door opened. Tomorrow I have a ton of laundry to do. But, I hope to finish the nest box and the back wall tomorrow.. Next will be adding the hardware cloth to the upper portion of the coop. I am leaving quite a bit of open space. Since here in AZ I will have more trouble with over heating than being too cold. I figure I can make some sort of covering for the open areas for our five or six nights a year that we get temperatures in the 30's. I am thinking of making some quilted covers for the open areas. Maybe using cup hooks and grommets and/or loops of fabric to attach them to the coop. Do you think that would be enough of a covering for the open areas in a climate that seldom gets winter temperatures below the mid 70's in the daytime and 50's at night?