Its relatively light wood, and has a strong but nice/sweet smell mostly from the bark and the inside as well. Found in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
The bark is a dark grey, but when I peel it off the core, its kinda stringy and also a light/dark brown/purple color on the inside. On some of the wood, the bark has fissures and cracks, but is mostly thin and rough, not smooth.
I dont think this wood is pine, cedar, ash, or oak, but I could very well be wrong. Anyone know what it might be?