How to turn a bucket of dirt into an elevator, and why the Colorado Desert has a high elevation.

I’m always curious about how things work, and what’s in the world, and the possibilities of what could be in the future.

One such thing is a bucket.

It’s an interesting and fun curiosity.

There’s no shortage of water in the earth, and if you have the right technology you can turn dirt into a bucket and fill it up with whatever you need.

The trick, of course, is finding a good place to put the bucket.

There are plenty of places in the Mojave Desert that would make a great bucket, but there’s no such place in Denver, where elevation varies widely from place to place.

That’s where the Elevator Elevator, a bucket-based elevator that goes from one elevation to another, comes in handy.

The Elevator is a pair of vertical cylinders.

One cylinder is attached to the top of the bucket, which is connected to a series of conveyors.

The other cylinder is connected directly to the ground.

The bucket is filled with a mix of water and dirt, and once the bucket is full, it can be moved to a different location.

The Elevator elevates the dirt to the right, where it is carried up a set of stairs and up a ladder.

It takes a little bit of practice to do it right.

There aren’t many places where the elevation isn’t variable, but in some areas, like the Colorado River Valley, it’s not uncommon for elevators to go from one level to another.

The Colorado River is one of those places, and one that the Elevators in Denver are used to working around.

The bucket system that works at the Elevated Elevator was invented by Mike Shoup in his spare time while studying geology at the University of Denver.

Shoup, who is a geologist and an engineering professor, says he’s been tinkering with the idea for about six years.

He first set up the Elevate in the middle of the Colorado Springs area, then in downtown Denver and in downtown Fort Collins, and he’s since expanded it out into the Colorado desert.

“There’s not much in the way of water on the other side of the river, so when you’re on a big hill, you don’t have that constant pressure,” Shoup said.

“And so it just kind of works.”

A map of Colorado’s water system from The Colorado Avalanche and Weather Service.

The map is based on data from the US Geological Survey.

The Colorado Elevated Water Elevator works like a traditional water elevator.

When you lift the bucket off the ground, the water pressure increases, and you lift that pressure up a stairwell.

There, the bucket rises up a series in a ladder to a second level, and from there you’re up a long ladder.

When the bucket reaches the top, the pressure goes down a bit.

The water then falls down the ladder and onto the ground below.

The elevators are only connected to the water supply when the bucket needs to be moved.

The system is only available in the Denver area.

But in other places, like downtown Fort Pierce and downtown St. Petersburg, there’s plenty of space.

Shultz says that when he started working on the Elevation, he knew that a bucket system would be popular.

“I’ve been working with the Colorado water system for the last five years, and I’m pretty sure that the public really likes buckets,” Shultz said.

“It’s a cool system, and a really cool concept.

I really think it’s something that people are interested in, and they’re excited about, and that’s good for us.”

The Elevated elevates from one place to another without any additional effort.

The only equipment that needs to come into play is the bucket itself.

When you get your bucket up the stairs, you’ll see that the bucket will be attached to a large conveyor belt.

As the bucket goes up the conveyor, the top part of the conveyors is turned into a conveyor.

The next part of that conveyor is attached directly to a ladder that goes down the second level of the Elevatable Elevator.

The final part of this conveyor then goes up and onto a third level of elevators.

It then drops down the third level and into the bucket at the bottom of the elevator.

When the Elevates are operating, they need a certain amount of water to start the process.

Once the bucket has reached the first level of elevation, it will begin to slowly fill up with water.

The amount of liquid inside the bucket can vary, depending on what you’re trying to lift.

At the end of the process, you have a large bucket of water that’s ready to go up another level.

When it’s ready, the elevators will open up a second conveyor to lift the entire bucket up another height.

Shultz said that the first conveyor was about 10 feet long