1. 1. a small house or shelter, usually located in a rural or wilderness area.
  2. 5. able to be bent or rearranged into a smaller size or shape for easier storage or transport.
  3. 7. small sticks with a material at one end that produces a flame when rubbed against a rough surface.
  4. 10. a thick piece of cut wood, especially one cut from a tree trunk.
  5. 11. the mark left by the foot of an animal with claws, such as a dog or cat.
  6. 12. an object, quality, or event whose presence or occurrence indicates the probable presence or occurrence of something else.
  7. 13. a thin piece of wood that has fallen or been cut from a tree, often used for various purposes.
  8. 15. a lamp with a transparent case protecting the flame or electric bulb, typically carried by hand or hung up.
  9. 16. a container that keeps liquids hot or cold for long periods of time.
  1. 2. a device with two lenses that makes distant objects appear closer and larger when looked through.
  2. 3. a tool with a magnetic needle that always points to the north, used for finding directions.
  3. 4. a small portable electric light that you can carry in your hand or pocket.
  4. 6. a source of light and heat that is built outdoors, often used for cooking or keeping warm.
  5. 8. a temporary shelter made of fabric or other materials stretched over a frame of poles, used for sleeping outdoors.
  6. 9. a small, simple building, usually consisting of only one room.
  7. 14. a metal or ceramic container with a handle and spout, used for boiling water or making tea or coffee.