Inspire yourself— plunk yourself down where nobody will bother you, where you’ll die if you slip over the edge, crack open your water bottle and a snack, rest up, scratch your ass, and let the spirit of the place enter. Something usually pops into my thick skull this way.
In short, taking the time to contemplate and get the aura of a place can really help.
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