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Ariiiiiiiiiiite Laaaaaaaaaa !! .... No that isn't a misprint, it is a Liverpool way of saying ...

                 "Welcome to my QRZ page". 

Alriiiightee, Where to start? (TOP RIGHT) Is one of my favourite photo's of my late mother and father, he was the original G7kdz right up until Mar 31st 1992, "That was the day, that my old man went silent key", And my journey into Radio ham land started ... he wanted me to inherit his radio gear (I still have it) A FT-290 and a Microset 25w linear, so I got myself enrolled onto a RAE course and I was tutored by the Great Derek Rodgers GW3UOO.

After aproximately 12 months, with Derek at my side, I was issued my late fathers callsign G7kdz and it was time to get it back on air ... My story begins ...

I am 47 and live in Liverpool, This is a maritime city in the northwest of England, Where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea ... Liverpool is Proud, of it's world-class tourist attractions, It's riverfront "The Three Graces"was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. It was also awarded Capital city of culture in 2008. It has more museums and galleries         anywhere in the UK outside of London. The city is known worldwide as the birthplace of Merseybeat and our four sons known as "The Beatles" ...




                    "The Three Graces" UNESCO World Heritage Site (2004)

The history of Liverpool can be traced back to 1190 when the place was known as 'Liuerpul', possibly meaning a pool? The borough was founded by Royal charter in 1207, but Liverpool remained a small settlement until it's trade with Ireland and coastal parts of England and Wales was overtaken by trade with Africa and the West Indies. The town's first wet dock was opened in 1715 and Liverpool's expansion to become a major city continued over the next two centuries ... Today it is the 7th largest city in the UK ...

And if you ask nicely, you will be allowed to go out, onto the River to have a sing along to ... You guessed it !! ...

             "Ferry across the Mersey" by Gerry & The Pacemakers (1965)


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