I emphasize the word "easy." I'm building challenged. Thanks to my cousin who has been caring for me this past week, the front of my house is now fenced and the goats can no longer poop all over the front porch and carport or riad their feed bins inside the carport. This also means that won't have shelter from rain. I have plenty of scrap lumber left from the building of my house, lots of very good complete pieces. Can someone provide a drawing of an easy to build run in shelter that I can later cover for winter protection? Right now the coyotes aren't a problem but they are in the cold months so I would like to add doors later when I can afford extra parts. I think 12 x 12 would be a good size for my small herd of 7 adults and will be keeping 5 or 6 kids. Eventually I will be building another so this only has to be adequate for my needs right now. Step by step photos or drawings or even instructions in layman's terms can help me. If I get a concrete grasp of the beginning I can finish it off myself. I've seen nice sheds online but I'm lost as to how to start them. Thank you in advance.