He had a beard, and on his shoulder a poncho, but that was all I knew.
It had the appearance of a short fellow in a poncho and a big hat.
I shall spread my poncho and blanket on the ground presently.
On it you lay your shelter-half and fold it till it too is an oblong, smaller than the poncho.
Knudsen, with a groan, got out of bed and put on his poncho.
As there is little rain in the summer it is not necessary to take a poncho.
As it seldom rains in the summer it is not necessary to carry a poncho.
The former was executed in a poncho, in which disguise he was taken.
He then took from under his poncho the two bottles, which he placed on the table.
Besides, who could tell when it would rain and a poncho be vitally needed?