Well lots of work has taken place. We got our chickens at the beginning of summer and they started out in this home. Then I found that it was not working out for myself or the girls. So I talked to DH (dear hubby) and he came up with plans to make a place that would work for them and for me, trying to make it easy access due to the fact that I've had several back surgeries in the past year and am getting ready to have another. He wanted to make it a joy for all of us, and WOW did he do it. He started off making a nice yard for them with a divider wall down the middle incase I decided to get more and we needed to have them seperated for a time. So with the help of our sons and grandson the holes were dug, poles were set in concrete and the yard went up. He put a real door on the yard making it easy for me to get in and out. We found this Amish built storage shed on craigslist and started revamping it. He came up with a plan to put the house on the outside of the yard so that it didn't take up any of there room and again was easy for me to get into. Putting in the nesting boxes Building the roost, which he made hinged with a way for me to lift it up and hook it to the ceiling so when cleaning it wouldn't be in the way. The inside of the coop The back of the coop/entrance into the yard. And the walkway/hallway that gets them from the coop to the yard. Tomorrow I will try to get a picture of the entire setup in one shot, thought I had one but didn't. The girls really loved it and did a lot of checking around.