He pulled from the bidarka a shawl, marvellous of texture and color, and flung it about his mother's shoulders.
They hurried the bidarka across the sea-wall to the open water of the bay.
As the grain of sand is to the bidarka, as the bidarka is to the schooner, so the schooner is to the steamer.
There be room in his bidarka for two, and he would that thou camest with him.
But suppose the bidarka is gone—he very probably took that with him.
As she pulled the bidarka up on the other shore she instructed the children to remain in the boat till she returned.
Toward dusk they passed a native canoe or bidarka, a narrow-beamed, cranky craft of walrus skins stretched over frames.
They sit in small hatch with apron all around their bodies, and the bidarka goes over the roughest sea and floats like a bladder.
Two of the men hoisted the bidarka on their shoulders and carried it up to the fire.
For instance, that hood around the bidarka is made out of this sort of thing, I believe.