Was hoping to complete a shed conversion before winter, but I'm still laid off with no job in sight and I just can't spare the money right now. So my 4 girls will have to make do with what we have for the winter. My coop is 4x4 and opens directly to a fully enclosed run that is 4x12. The run is in three 4x4 sections and each section has hardware cloth over half of it and wood roof with shingles over the other half, so for the length of the run you have alternating sun & shade sections. What I planned to do was to cover the open sections of the roof with clear plastic (was thinking of using one or two layers of clear shower curtain liner), and around the walls of the run as well. At the end of the run where the back wall meets the roof there is a triangular section about 8 inches tall at its peak which is also enclosed by hardware cloth. I was thinking about leaving this section uncovered by plastic to create cross ventilation between the run and the coop. We live in Maryland so our winters are impossible to predict...we've had mild, we've had blizzards, you never know what you're going to get! Mostly I'm concerned with keeping everything as dry as possible but I know there's got to be some air circulating. Could anyone offer an opinion about this plan...thumbs up? Thumbs down? Thanks for any advice or comments!