Here is Grampa (with both girls on board) making the pad for the future coop.
Here is the run (it was already here when we moved in, we just cleaned it up and moved it to level the ground, then placed it where we wanted it).
And here are the girls in the run! Yay! So much room to spread out.
Oh, and did I mention that one of our girls is not a girl? We're still undecided on his fate, but here is our rooster (he's in the center- the one with the RED comb and waddles).
Even most of our girls will eventually have red combs and waddles, but the roosters get them at a younger age. The girls combs won't be fully grown and red until they are closer to laying age (16-20 weeks). The size and color/look of them will vary depending on the breed.