A used John Deere tractor made the annual hay ride possible for Stanley, Wisconsin residents, as a local farmer was able to donate the use of his vehicle to the town for the yearly event, according to The Chippewa Herald.
The news source reported that Justin Endru drove his tractor through the streets of the Wisconsin town, pulling a large trailer full of local residents and their children. The procession was supposed to mirror the pulling of Santa's sled by a group of reindeer.
The "Christmas is for Kids" hayride was sponsored by the Stanley Business Association, and was one of several events that were held. Children were also treated to a Christmas parade, a free movie and a variety of small games and exhibits that were dedicated to St. Nick, according to the Herald.
"They all enjoyed it, it looked like," Endru told the news source.
The Stanley Business Association is an organization that provides capital to several local events and charities along with helping local businesses organize and find consumer resources, according to the organization's website.