SD Posted in South Dakota April 30, 2016 by Katie Here Are 11 Crazy Traditions You’ll Totally Get If You’re From South Dakota If you’re from South Dakota, you’ll know these things all too well. We do these things so often, we forget they are even traditions! Without them, South Dakota just wouldn’t feel like home. 1. We live through frigid, long winters. Stephanie / Flickr Year after year after year. And somehow, we still love our state. 2. We eat chislic. Janelle / Flickr God's perfect creation that shall not be called by any other name. 3. We storm watch. Dan (catching up) / Flickr No need to go inside until the tornado sirens turn on. 4. We make hotdish. srsldy / Flickr Usually with tater tots on top. Always with meat. 5. We round up the buffalo. South Dakota / Flickr Custer Round Up takes place every year in Custer State Park, drawing spectators from across the nation. 6. We eat Sunday dinner with our family. Darkhorse Winterwolf / Flickr It never gets old having the whole family around the table. 7. We take long autumn drives just to see the colors. blucolt / Flickr They're so vibrant and beautiful, we just can't get enough. 8. We skip work (and school) for season opener. @NickMKE / Flickr Because hunting is a way of life around here. 9. We look for the first robin in spring. Gale / Flickr After those long, hard winters, we need a sign that spring and summer are on their way. 10. We wave and smile at everyone. pxl eyes / Flickr A super special tradition is the two finger wave while driving (mostly applicable when passing farmers). 11. We raise animals to show at the State Fair. South Dakota 4-H / Facebook We are a state proud of our agriculture and we want to pass that on to our kids. What South Dakota traditions did we miss?