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“Romney arrived at Bradley’s Hardware in downtown Wolfeboro, N.H., at 8:45 a.m. … Romney was wearing a casual salmon checkered button-down shirt, his sleeves rolled up his forearm. He wore jeans and black New Balance shoes. As he walked into the store, he was carrying what appeared to be a shopping list. …Romney left Bradley’s Hardware at 8:54 a.m. with a beige bucket of goods. Asked what he bought, Romney told your pooler, ‘Hardware stuff.’ Then, he said, ‘Going to the grocery store now,’ and climbed into his Suburban. At 8:57 a.m., Romney arrived at Hunters Shop ‘n Save … [H]e stopped to get two ears of ‘native sweet corn’ from an outside display. They were on sale for two for $1.00. When your pool asked if he was cooking tonight, Romney said, ‘Absolutely.’ …Romney grabbed a shopping cart and went inside the store. …
“At 9:09 a.m., Romney exited the store with a shopping cart full of groceries. He loaded up the trunk of the Suburban himself … He had 12-packs of Caffeine Free Diet Coke and Wild Cherry Diet Pepsi, as well as a 24-pack of Poland Spring bottled water. He also had two plastic bags of groceries. Your pooler spotted Greek yogurt. When your pool asked whether he was cooking tonight, Romney said, ‘I’ll make my own dinner. That’s not exactly cooking. … I’ve got some folks coming over today.’ When one reporter asked if they were Rob Portman or Tim Pawlenty, Romney laughed, ‘Ha, ha, ha, ha,’ but did not answer.
“At 9:11 a.m., Romney walked across the parking lot to Rite Aid pharmacy. … At 9:16 a.m., Romney emerged from the store with a plastic bag of goods. He held his iPhone with his left hand up to his ear, but then had a conversation with one lady whose car was blocked in by his motorcade. ‘I’m sorry for blocking you in there. I don’t know about these guys,’ Romney told her, motioning at the Secret Service agents. … Romney arrived back at his residence at 9:22 a.m.