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Mitt Romney, Ann Romney Go Boating On Lake Winnipesaukee (PHOTO)

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After a morning at church on Sunday, the Romneys spent an afternoon on Lake Winnipesaukee, which their Wolfeboro, N.H. house fronts.

Tagg Romney, the Romneys' oldest son, went along for the boat ride, and tweeted this photo:

Judging from Mitt's hair, it looks like they could have gone for a swim, too. It's not the first time the Romneys have been photographed enjoying the lake: In early July, they were photographed riding a jet ski together on the lake.

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