Slow. I am. Bit. We've been there before. Finally spotted what Younger were up to.
Younger's logs span two pages. Two to four lines per brew. To help people like me who take separate photos of each page, the beer name is recorded on both pages. Except often it's crossed out and another name substituted. XX became XXX. 3 became XXPS. Then I noticed what they were up to.
Take a look:
Do you see? It makes my life bloody difficult. But it gets worse. Much worse.
I'll tell you about that tomorrow.
Did I mention I'd finished Volume IX of my Mini Book Series? "Trips! (South)" Pages (exactly how many I can't recall) of South German fun. There's a copy for whoever best explains what Younger were doing. Based on that image. Above. Obviously.
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