DH worked all day and got the coop back upright. It still needs a roof and a few little fixes, but it's good enough to keep the birds in tonight - yay! You should have seen how happy the girls were to get back to their own "bedroom"! This was definitely a lesson in human nature though. The coop has been turned over on it's back for over a week and not a single one of our neighbors has come over to even ask if the chickens lived through it, let alone offer to help set it up. One set of neighbors probably couldn't tell that the coop had turned over, so I understand them not asking, but our next door neighbor's house is literally 20 feet from the coop! The person that did end up helping us was the dad of one of my DD's friends that was just dropping his daughter off for a playdate. Other than the girls being friends we've never been particularly close, but he jumped right out and put his time and back into getting it turned over and adjusted. It wouldn't have bothered me so much, but we are the first ones out there whenever someone's car is in the ditch, their dog is lost or they need someone to watch their house. I guess some people just don't feel the need to reciprocate. But, at least the coop is back up! Tomorrow we'll put the roof back on and it wll be almost as good as new. Yay!