People often say that “Bluff is a feeling.”
Perhaps it’s the friendly, small-town feeling.
Maybe it’s the way you’re transported when you see the nearby petroglyphs, and you imagine how people lived here over a 1,000 years ago.
It might be the serenity and calm you sense when you discover the Milky Way on a clear night, the sky more brilliantly lit with stars than you, perhaps, have ever seen it. Or the freedom you experience as you take in the magnificent panorama of the nearby Muley Point overlook.
The Navajo word, “Hozho”, may explain it best. Hozho is the most important word in the Navajo language. It means peace, balance, beauty and harmony. To be “in Hozho” is to be at one with, and a part of, the world around you.
Consideration of the nature of the universe, the world, man, the nature of time and space, creation, growth, motion, order, control, and the life cycle, all expressed in terms quite impossible to translate into English.
We hope you feel this connection and come to discover Hozho when you visit Bluff.