More photos at my gallery http://www.gbdg.net/g2/main.php?g2_itemId=174&g2_page=13 Well, exactly 2 months ago today, I posted the first progress photos of our new coop here . Last night the girls moved (with some very persuasive assistance from my wife and I) into the new coop. When I went out there this morning to visit, they were still sitting on their ladder perch, peering out the window. Before long, one by one, they decided to flap down to the coop floor and investigate. As the morning progressed, we removed the tractor (temporary coop) from the run, installed the ramp in the tunnel, and opened the pop hole. A bit of scratch was a sufficient bribe to get them all heading down the ramp. This evening, being accustomed to their outdoor sleeping quarters, we grabbed them again after dark - but this time shoved them all up the ramp and closed the pop hole behind them. Grabbing each from inside the coop, we placed them on their ladder and said goodnight. Should be interesting to see if after a few nights they get the idea to go inside without prompting. (How cold is simply too cold? If they want to sleep outside, until it gets to being really intense weather conditions, shall we just let them sleep where they want?) Over the weekend I'll get some more interior shots. Here are a few exterior photos from today after I cleaned up the debris field remaining from construction. Click for larger images.