OK so I'm planning on building a Wichita Cabin Coop with some changes. Here is the coop without the changes I plan on making: The above pic shows the bottom pavers longways (which go into the ground) and then pavers laying flat under the coop frame. One of the changes I am making is to this foundation. I will put the pavers into the ground like below and then add 1/2" hardware cloth that extends 1 foot out from the frame on all sides. I will have to connect two pieces of hardware cloth to make it large enough to cover the whole area. The dimensions of the foundation are approximately 10' x 5'. I plan on using cinderblocks (16x8x8) onto of the pavers which will be underneath the coop frame. They will go directly over the hardware cloth which is at ground level. I plan on pouring concrete in all of the holes of the cinder blocks which will hopefully seep down into the hardware cloth and onto the ground some and help hold it all together. I plan on adding pea gravel on top of the hardware cloth to help with drainage. Then put course river sand on top of that. This plan puts the run floor above the normal ground line to hopefully help prevent it from staying wet when it rains. Should I dig down before putting the hardware cloth down and add pea gravel underneath the hardware cloth as well? Does this sound like a good plan?