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Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby rodee71 » Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:46 pm



Beav, if ur out there, let us know ur ok. I been missing ur posts & comments :cry: ! If anybody has any idea where he is, let me know.



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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:48 pm

rodee71 wrote:Beav, if ur out there, let us know ur ok. I been missing ur posts & comments :cry: ! If anybody has any idea where he is, let me know.


I wondered the same thing, but the site shows he was logged on at 1 pm this afternoon. Perhaps his fingers are frozen and he cant type?

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby RoadRogue » Tue Jan 07, 2014 1:07 am

Lets see if we can lure him out of hiding. I will cast a line out with a taco tied to the end and see if I can get a bite from him. 8-)
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby BigDee » Tue Jan 07, 2014 3:15 am

Maybe troll a belt buckle??? :lol:
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby redial » Tue Jan 07, 2014 9:26 pm

If I tell him I have eyes for his daughter, that should break him into a gallop :o
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby WingAdmin » Tue Jan 07, 2014 9:27 pm

redial wrote:If I tell him I have eyes for his daughter, that should break him into a gallop :o


His daughter is definitely easy on the eyes. :)

Beav, is that you I hear? :)

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby themainviking » Wed Jan 08, 2014 7:07 am

Awwww, you guys ain't playin' fair. The Beav has two daughters. You are gonna confuse him about which one you are talkin' bout.
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby cbx4evr » Wed Jan 08, 2014 10:44 am

I exchanged greetings with him over Christmas. He said he had been traveling a lot but is doing fine.
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Fri Jan 10, 2014 2:07 pm

Hey fella's I am just fine and dandy as ever before,,I know I know I have been a little absent but I have been have having a great time working on a Jeep I bought for my daughter who is about making me pull my hair out.. 1997 Jeep grand Cherokee Limited ...Lots of fun stuff I have been learning about it..I'd love to share but this is a Goldwing site not a jeep site.... :D any of you guys every have a inline 6 jeep 4.0?

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby redial » Fri Jan 10, 2014 6:06 pm

Now, that is something I have dreamt about - a young chick with her own Jeep. That is sure an attractive package you have developed LittleBeaver. :roll: :twisted:
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:46 pm

Yeah, I gotta watch her closely ... It's all my wife's fault [looks] :lol: It's my fault she knows what she knows though... we are getting the basket for the roof, and we are going to get the longer one and put spot lights on it I think and we are getting the brush guard for the front too just because I want her to ram someone if the mess with her :shock: .. Already have the new Cooper AT tires for it, she loves it...The boys at the part stores all know her now and they think she is the bomb because she has a jeep and is tricking it out...And the kicker is she is learning a lot about it...I remember the satisfied feeling I got when I got the bike running correctly, well fella's same thing for the jeep...It's going to be 41 degree's Tomorrow and I might fire the bike up...Take her out for a ride.... :D

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby redial » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:04 am

Just to keep you informed, it was 41C here today. The Basenjis wanted to come inside for a while and feel the cool of the aircon.

I bet the guys at the auto shop are rubbing their hands with glee at the prospect of a female coming in to do up her Jeep. They might be in for a shock when she demonstrates that she knows as much as they do :lol:
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:37 am

redial wrote:Just to keep you informed, it was 41C here today. The Basenjis wanted to come inside for a while and feel the cool of the aircon.

I bet the guys at the auto shop are rubbing their hands with glee at the prospect of a female coming in to do up her Jeep. They might be in for a shock when she demonstrates that she knows as much as they do :lol:

Yeah they are tickled.... :lol:

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:45 am

RoadRogue wrote:Lets see if we can lure him out of hiding. I will cast a line out with a taco tied to the end and see if I can get a bite from him. 8-)

Ha ha ha good one I love those Taco's ....I never use taco seasoning, ever,,, I use Ground Cumin, Garlic salt, Red pepper [Cayenne] and fresh jalapeno peppers and chopped onion and cook it with the ground beef.. Fry the corn tortilla really quickly on both sides but not hard, pat dry with paper towels add lettuce, tomatoes, fresh onion, cheese and pace picante sauce and sour cream and you have the best taco ever made.. :lol: :lol:

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:55 am

WingAdmin wrote:
redial wrote:If I tell him I have eyes for his daughter, that should break him into a gallop :o


His daughter is definitely easy on the eyes. :)

Beav, is that you I hear? :)

Hey you fools, she's 16 years old..sorry... :lol: :lol: Geez guys everywhere I go I have to stare down men drooling on her,,she is really something else....She's 5'10" and gorgeous... It seems I get a lot more respect from people when I'm with her....I think they think she is a star of some sort, I swear...

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby themainviking » Sat Jan 11, 2014 7:07 am

littlebeaver wrote:Ha ha ha good one I love those Taco's ....I never use taco seasoning, ever,,, I use Ground Cumin, Garlic salt, Red pepper [Cayenne] and fresh jalapeno peppers and chopped onion and cook it with the ground beef.. Fry the corn tortilla really quickly on both sides but not hard, pat dry with paper towels add lettuce, tomatoes, fresh onion, cheese and pace picante sauce and sour cream and you have the best taco ever made.. :lol: :lol:


It's that Pace Picante sauce that does the trick Beav. When I lived in NM, we used to get one called Territorial House Picante sauce. It was the only one that I thought was better than Pace. Glad to see you are good, and still having fun. I have a granddaughter who has all the looks our family ever produced rolled into her one package, so I know what you are feeling with all the guys drooling on your daughter. Teach her to be her own woman, sir, is the best you can do.
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby tandem54 » Sat Jan 11, 2014 12:11 pm

themainviking wrote:
littlebeaver wrote:Ha ha ha good one I love those Taco's ....I never use taco seasoning, ever,,, I use Ground Cumin, Garlic salt, Red pepper [Cayenne] and fresh jalapeno peppers and chopped onion and cook it with the ground beef.. Fry the corn tortilla really quickly on both sides but not hard, pat dry with paper towels add lettuce, tomatoes, fresh onion, cheese and pace picante sauce and sour cream and you have the best taco ever made.. :lol: :lol:


It's that Pace Picante sauce that does the trick Beav. When I lived in NM, we used to get one called Territorial House Picante sauce. It was the only one that I thought was better than Pace. Glad to see you are good, and still having fun. I have a granddaughter who has all the looks our family ever produced rolled into her one package, so I know what you are feeling with all the guys drooling on your daughter. Teach her to be her own woman, sir, is the best you can do.


I was checking on the Territorial to see where I could buy some to try and guess what? It's made by Pace! :o :shock: Still can't find where to buy it!? :oops:

http://www.legalforce.com/territorial-h ... 76261.html
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby redial » Sat Jan 11, 2014 5:45 pm

It looks pretty simple to make, and there is a recipe at this web page:

http://www.food.com/recipe/copycat-pace-picante-sauce-81059

I am not that fussed about spicy foods, but I think I could take that. You super cooks should let me know, and then I will worry about converting those ounces to grams.
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby BigDee » Sat Jan 11, 2014 5:59 pm

littlebeaver wrote:Ha ha ha good one I love those Taco's ....I never use taco seasoning, ever,,, I use Ground Cumin, Garlic salt, Red pepper [Cayenne] and fresh jalapeno peppers and chopped onion and cook it with the ground beef.. Fry the corn tortilla really quickly on both sides but not hard, pat dry with paper towels add lettuce, tomatoes, fresh onion, cheese and pace picante sauce and sour cream and you have the best taco ever made.. :lol: :lol:

That's funny, I just told the wife we should make tacos for dinner Sunday, and that's just the way we make them, also! I used to make my own salsa but found the Pace Picante is about as good as mine was and a lot easier!
We raised our 4 kids on tacos every Sunday after church. It was quick and easy and all loved them. The problem you should watch out for, though, is that you get accustomed to the heat of the sauce. We had a friend over one day and he asked if it was hot. Everyone unanimously agreed, nope. Not hot at all. He plied it on, took a big bite, and ran screaming for the hydrant! We just about died laughing! It wasn't hot to us at all!
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Sat Jan 11, 2014 7:03 pm

That's funny... :lol:

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby themainviking » Sat Jan 11, 2014 9:45 pm

tandem54 wrote:I was checking on the Territorial to see where I could buy some to try and guess what? It's made by Pace! :o :shock: Still can't find where to buy it!? :oops:

http://www.legalforce.com/territorial-h ... 76261.html


According to that page, it is a cancelled product. I did not know it was made by Pace. It was made with New Mexico Hatch Green Chilis, which is what made it so good. The Big Jim (New Mexico Name) is I believe the same chili as California's Anaheim Chili. The soil it grows in is what makes it different, and the Hatch NM soil is supposed to be the most alkalyne possible, thereby making the hottest chilis. There are hotter peppers, but Hatch Big Jims are supposed to be the hottest of that type of chili pepper. We used to buy them by the forty pound sack, roast them, peel them and freeze them for future use, when greens were not available. Anyway, I guess Territorial House is no more. Pace is almost as good though. And as was mentioned above, it is not very hot. You can load it onto a taco or burrito with some sour cream and mmmm mmmm good. I still make my own salsa from dried red New Mexico chilis. I use it for my home made Huevos Rancheros.

Hmmmm. I wonder how this got turned from a Where's the Beav thread into a The Beav loves Tacos thread - oh, I remember - we found the Beav and he turned it. :lol:
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Sat Jan 11, 2014 11:09 pm

Yep, thats me,, I will twist things and turn them in every direction making readers wanta smack me at times,,,but its fun.... As you guys can see I have been slacking off a bit..... Not losing interest in my bike or anything, I'm thinking of repainting my trailer for the 8th time I think, I will paint it to match the bike this time ...thank you guys for being all concerned about my well being...makes me feel good.... :D Oh and if I ever hijacked you're thread at some point I'm sorry...I can't help myself at times....If I see an opening I'm likely going to take it...this is the one site I care most about and I have learned most here on this site....Best find ever...

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby tandem54 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:23 am

Glad we found the Beav! and who doesn't like TACOS!!!!!
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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby littlebeaver » Sun Jan 12, 2014 1:45 pm

Oh and for you guys that think my girl is pretty, this is where is got it from.. The wife...
She kinda did a model thing for a while...
She kinda did a model thing for a while...

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Re: Where's Littlebeaver??

Postby rodee71 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:11 pm

Leave it to Beaver to turn this into a Rachel Ray cooking seminar. Good to hear you're still alive and well. Keep it coming. I do enjoy your humor.




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