The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
Paulette and Andre Salarnier now live in Brittany. In an interview this year, Andre Salarnier recalled, 'he was a young boy that was always smiling, very nice, very open, always giving. Whenever he was anywhere he would step outside the group and go to each person to say hello. There were other Americans who didn't speak French as well as he did, and were always on the defensive. No matter what, they always came to the house to eat crepes and galettes all the time.'
Paulette and Andre Salarnier now live in Brittany. In an interview this year, Andre Salarnier recalled, "he was a young boy that was always smiling, very nice, very open, always giving. Whenever he was anywhere he would step outside the group and go to each person to say hello. There were other Americans who didn't speak French as well as he did, and were always on the defensive. No matter what, they always came to the house to eat crepes and galettes all the time."
(Globe Staff Photo / Scott LaPierre)