People usually want privacy when they pop a squat on the john, but on Saturday these bathrooms were wide open to the public.
Black Hills FOX Reporter Katrina Lim takes us to Nemo where toilets were flying through the snow.
Today multiple teams were streaking around a course and across the finish line at the 12th annual Nemo 500 Outhouse Races.
The money from this year's race goes to the Naja Shriners, a fraternal organization who helps transport kids to and from their treatments at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Minnesota.
Potentate of the Naja Shriners Kip Wagner says, "I've been a Shriner for 33 years and some of the children I've helped have now become adults and had their own children. It's something to see."
Wagner says sometimes the kids need to travel even farther.
Kip Wagner says, "We fly children to Chicago all the time, Cincinatti, maybe even Galveston, Texas depending on what their case is."
Sue Johnson traveled 800 miles from Duluth, Minnesota to dump on the competition.
First time racer from Duluth, Minnesota Sue Johnson says, "Oh my gosh. We had team meetings. We got our gear together. We built the outhouse. We got some zip ties and duct tape and some cardboard and saw what we can do. We're the only ones on skis. As far as I know, everybody else has tires so we're anxious to see how it's going to perform."
From Super Poopers to Stinky Pilots, teams of 3 to 5 strapped on their DUNG-arees for a good cause.
Sponsor of "Running of the Bowls" team Rob Stanton says, "That's what brought us in from Beavercreek, Ohio. We heard it was with the Shriners. They help the children. There's no better cause than that."
Sue Johnson says, "It's nice to come out here and do something fun for a good cause and experience South Dakota."
The Shriners have 22 locations throughout the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
And even a "super pooper in training" helped raise money.