HUDSONVILLE, Mich. (AP) — Ann Romney made a surprise stop in Lansing as part of her husband's campaign for the White House.
The wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney visited the Peanut Shop in Lansing following a rally in the West Michigan community of Hudsonville.
The Lansing State Journal reports she went inside for a few moments to buy almonds and cashews, along with some sour jelly pumpkins for her grandchildren.
The Detroit News reports Ann Romney remarked "I love it here."
The Lansing stop wasn't on her announced schedule. Later in the day, Ann Romney has scheduled a visit to the Franklin Cider Mill in the Detroit suburb of Franklin.