This morning the world, as well as Montana, is mourning the loss of renowned chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain.
He was 61 years old and died in France Friday. CNN confirmed his death was a suicide.
Bourdain's travels took him around the world and back, but they also brought him to Montana, a place he was fond of.
His popular travel channel show No Reservations took viewers to Livingston, where he featured author Jim Harrison.
He also spent time in Butte and other parts of Big Sky Country, for Parts Unknown.
More recently, he listed the Murray Hotel in Livingston as one of his top ten hotels in the world.
a really good Parts Unknown is when Anthony Bourdain visits Montana. I don’t really believe in heaven or anything, but I hope Anthony’s in a place like Montana.— Katie (@kedixo) June 8, 2018
Planning to watch some of my favorite Anthony Bourdain episodes today. I love Montana and (the Parts Unknown) Charleston. What are your favorites?— Jessica R. Church (@j_r_church) June 8, 2018
If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.