Halfway through a recent 700 mi. trip, I noticed a few oily spatters on the left jug and crashbar of my 94 GS. A quick inspection revealed that the fluid had come from the drain hole of the left fork boot. The amount was small and there was no apparent difference in handling, so I wiped up the spatters and kept an eye on it during the ride home. If it had been leaking on the right, I would have had serious concerns about continuing on, since I would be afraid of fluid interfering with the front brakes. But the amount had been small and seemed contained to the left, so for the rest of the ride, during daylight hours, I kept a sharp eye on the area and saw no evidence of fluid leaking. When I got home, after riding about an hour through the dark and 35 degree temps I saw a significant amount of fluid on the crashbar again. Needless to say, now that I'm home I will be replacing the fork seals. My question is, if the fork seal had failed completely 350 mi from home, on a Sunday afternoon, what would be the best course of action? Is there a roadside repair that can be done? Can one/should one limp home? What are the consequences or potential related damage?