This is my Coop. I put a sign out that says, "Jardin des Poulets" because I named my chickens after flower names. This is our winter set up and it doesn't look very flowery right now. Other than the pretty chickens. Here is the coop & run as I see it from the path I walk to get to it. Haybales around perimeter of coop for winter. When you open the door this is what you see. Pop door is to the left behind the main door here. Windows on all other walls (3). Nest boxes with outdoor acces to the right. Roosts in the upper section of the coop. Here's the pop door again. There's a branch above it that they never use. I need to just remove it. Duke is just walking in, Sylvia infront of him, Lily in the nest box. (she likes heights.) As I turn my back to that wall you'll see this row of nest boxes that are accessible from the outside. They almost only use that one on the far right. Favorite one. Because of the smaller hole I think. (more privacy) Here is Marigold in the corner nest box. There is a lip of wood on the bottom but my litter is deeper in the winter. So it's more of a walk right in deal. She just practiced there today. LOL. No egg from this girlie. Here are the roosts. They are removable for cleaning, and so I don't bonk my head when I'm shoveling the litter out. 2x2 bracings that hold 2x4 roosts flat side up. Here is the ladder to the roosts. It's a bit on the steep side but they've learned it well and I kind of think of it as a good exercise to get up. It blocks the heat lamp from being flapped on. Also heat lamp is on lower rafter...so in theory heat should rise to roost, not directly bake onto the chickens at night. It is attached to the rafter twice for security. And this inside of the Run. You can see a squared off chute of sorts leading into the Run. To the left a perching ladder to get toes under feathers. Dusting Wash Tub full of sand, wood ashes, black powdery soil. More perching straight ahead. Bale of hay in the middle. This is their winter exercise arena. They don't like walking in the snow very much at all. They will probably use this next to never in the spring,summer, fall but nice just the same in case we vacation and have friends keep watch, of course. That's pretty much it. Might add the summer tour to this thread when things are painted over and green grass is growing and flowers in the window box. Thanks for looking.