And it's a deep still well, an igloo in the snow and a heretics' church.
Then he and his wife shovel snow from the igloo 's entrance and wriggle inside.
Summer housing for many Inuit was a skin tent, while in the winter the igloo , or house made of snow, was common.
One scene stands out in particular; it's a songfest held in an igloo where everyone is dressed-up in sparklingly clean white parkas and decked out in their best furs.
We could not stop thinking of all the supplies on the other sled, warm caribou skins, a snow knife for making an igloo , fuel for the stove, and other survival gear.
an igloo village
Even with a small air pocket, the warmth of a victim's breath can seal the snow around his mouth much as perspiration seals the inside of an igloo or a snow cave.
Temporary snow houses were also used, though the legendary igloo was a structure used more by Canadian Inuit.
The stereotypical Eskimo wears a fur parka and lives in an igloo .
Produced by an Inuit cast and crew, The Fast Runner pays close ethnographic attention to the daily details of Inuit life, from building an igloo to making a sealskin drum.