I just finished building this people-sized door into the coop, next to the chicken-sized pop door. They will both open into the yet-to-be-built chicken run. I made the door out of 100-year-old tongue and groove pine boards that I rescued from an old grain bin on the farm I grew up on.
A view of the door from inside the coop.
Bailey inspects coop construction progress. The roost and the nest boxes are done - I recycled old cat litter containers for the nest boxes.
I've been enduring mosquitoes the size of birds and August heat and humidity to reassemble this prefab dog kennel into a chicken run fence. It is slow going due to the need for frequent ice cream breaks. It still needs a top, plus I need to bury some fencing around the perimeter to keep predators from tunneling underneath, but I will hopefully be done enough to move the chickens from their temporary quarters in the next week or so.