OK, I'm an old (ish) woman constructing my coop by myself. My tools consist of a skill saw, drill, driver, and one darn big hammer (turns out I don't have the skill (strength) to screw it together even when I predrill the holes. My coop is a pole barn style construction 8 X 10, slant roof from 8 ft to 7 ft on the short side. I mean if you are looking at the 8' side, then you see the slant of the roof. I have googled roof construction, and watched a coupla videos regarding cutting roof trusses. The air movement as all of this went right over my head was amazing. I don't understand roof trusses at all. Is there some simple way to make/attach a slant roof that does NOT involve all that notching? I saw one coop on here that LOOKED like they simply built a square roof (similar to a wall frame), then lifted it onto the building frame and attached it to the posts? Is this possible. Can it be made secure enough by attaching it to the posts and wall framing? I sure would like to bypass all that intricate truss/joist notching if I could.