Spring, or as it is known at Nogglestead, “Repair the Gates Season.”
This year, I didn’t have any trouble with the hinges (so far) since I attached them with carriage bolts driven completely through the posts/gates and secured on the other side with a washer and a bolt.
But this year, the wind tore the edge picket off of one of my gates, and that’s where the hardware to close the gate attached, so it has been blowing in the strong winds of early march. So I replaced the picket today, eventually.
Because Spring is also known as “This Drill’s Battery Ran Out Of Charge/Where Is The Other Battery?” season.
I believe the Germans have a word for it, but it’s not as melliflous as the original Ojibwe.