Hello All We have a wooden find that is a bit of an enigma. Found in the Moscow River (55 36' 27.28'' N and 36 09' 29.20'' E) by a friend of mine snorkeling for crayfish. Partially embedded in the mud underwater was this piece of wood. Saw in hand he bucked this off. It has a strong scent. Like 'Golden Star Aromatic Balm', which is something like our Tiger Balm. Obviously its a conifer of some sort, but what? Downward direction of the branch stubs and bulbous butt end are rather interesting. Tape measure is in metric (10 cm increments in red). Wood is drying out and forming cracks compared to its fresh collection during the summer. If anything, its a conversation piece! Any input will be greatly appreciated.