I am trying to turn a little log cabin style playhouse I picked up from Craigslist for $75 into a coop, however, having no training in power tools whatsoever, I have run into a few problems. The main one is that this little cabin (see pic below) was built board-by-board with the half-logs just nailed to the framing instead of acting as siding put on a board laid across the framing. This means that air comes through each one of those tiny cracks which, obviously, is not very conducive to a good coop environment! I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of something I could do other than cutting pieces of plywood to nail over the framing. Would some sort of heavy duty outdoor canvas that I could staple to it work? I suppose I could even put some sort of insulation material between the wood and the canvas. I really don't know much about ANY sort of handy work and don't even know if there would be a good material for that out there, however, I am dreading enough cutting the boards to make the frame for the 3' area beneath it and the run around it since I am probably going to be using a hand saw and would be open to ideas! Any suggestions that don't involve major sawing would be much appreciated!