Food — got it.
Clothing — on my body.
Shelter. The third of the necessities taught in elementary school.
Shelter, let’s think for a minute of what we are being sheltered from. Rain and cold are two things which pop into my mind. Heat. Glaring sunshine. Mud and muck and swampy water are easy to add to the list.
Most often shelter is a home. It may be modest or extravagant. Permanent or temporary. My personal experience is limited. Yes, I’ve had a couple of nights in a tent. I’ve slept overnight in a car. But the vast majority of my nights, and a good many days, have been spent in permanent buildings – a house, a workplace, a hotel.
My choice for shelter keeps me dry, protected from wind and extremes of temperature.
This looks like a suitable shelter in the American Midwest.