I am a total novice to chickens. We moved from the city to a 2nd house on my inlaws 5 acres in the Central Valley of CA in August. There is an outbuilding that my husband told me was used as a coop when he was growing up out here. Ever since I heard that, I've dreamt of cleaning it out, repairing it and trying my hand at raising chickens. I started some of the cleanout work the past few weeks. Then yesterday when I was at Tractor Supply I impulsively bought 8 chicks! After doing research into what a good coop really needs, I'm afraid I bit off more than I can chew in repairing the old one ... it's more of an empty shed at this point than a coop -- no roosts, no nest boxes, etc. The inlaws have lots of scrap lumber around the property (including sheets of plywood, boards of varying lengths, pallets and sections of an old telephone pole) that I can use to repair/remodel the old coop or to build a new one. What would you do?