Romneys put tiny N.H. town in the spotlight Residents get a taste of presidential flavor ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Reuters Mitt Romney shook hands with parade-goers on the Fourth of July in Wolfeboro, N.H. The Romneys are on a weeklong vacation at their Wolfeboro compund. AP Romney spoke to supporters in Wolfeboro on the Fourth of July. Charles Dharapak / AP Supporters cheered Romney, who stood on the back of a pickup truck with his wife, Ann. Charles Dharapak/AP Mitt Romney and Ann walked with their grandchildren across Main Street in Wolfeboro, N.H. Charles Dharapak/AP Mitt Romney and Ann ate ice cream from Bailey's Bubble in Wolfeboro. Charles Dharapak/AP The Fourth of July vacation in Wolfeboro is an annual event for the Romneys. Charles Dharapak/AP Mitt and Ann rode a jet ski around Lake Winnipesaukee. Charles Dharapak/AP Romney has been invited to march in Wolfeboro's Fourth of July parade. Charles Dharapak/AP The beach at the Romney family's home. Charles Dharapak/AP Mitt Romney and his family on the beach at his Wolfeboro home. Charles Dharapak/AP Mitt Romney, center, played volleyball with his sons. Charles Dharapak/AP A Police Marine Patrol Boat is seen near the home of the Romneys. Charles Dharapak/AP Mitt Romney, his wife Ann, and their grandchildren departed from the public docks on Lake Winnipesaukee.