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It’s usually made with cherry nut ice cream, but kids may substitute chocolate or chocolate chip.
Homemade soda, phosphates, ice cream sodas and malts are made and served the way they were decades ago.
Better choices include grapes cut in half, birdseed or other grains, chopped lettuce, vegetable peels and frozen corn or peas that have been defrosted. Booth National Fish Hatchery at Spearfish, which opened in 1899, introduced trout to the Black Hills.
To really make their day, dig a few fat and wiggly earthworms. Trout are still raised there today in long narrow pools surrounded by tidy lawns, stone walls, a rustic wood bridge, and historic buildings.
Other swimming holes are scattered around the state, as well as some sandy lakeside beaches.
Legend says in 1876 outlaw Jesse James and his horse leapt the 20-foot gap over Split Rock Creek at Devil’s Gulch near Garretson.
And there are certain things that a kid can only do here in South Dakota. And here’s what we came up with — An ‘Oughta Do’ List for Kids in South Dakota. — For the best luck, throw someone else’s money into the world’s oldest wishing well, which you’ll find at Lemmon’s Petrified Wood Park, a lunar-like assortment of spires, castles, benches, trees and even a waterfall — all made in the 1930s from petrified wood dating back 50 million years.Ride in a covered wagon to the schoolhouse, where girls don pinafores and bonnets and boys get straw hats.Local teachers tutor the class in math, spelling and recitation, and sometimes lead a chorus of “Yankee Doodle Dandy” while playing the pump organ.Our mountains are climbable, our lakes clean and swimmable. All the cowboy wants is a good ride, and possibly a shiny buckle at the end of the night to reward his courage. Mutton bustin’ is a popular event at several rodeos every summer. Take a two-hour round trip journey from Hill City to Keystone on the 1880 Train.