Last night during the storm, Marty's new Suzuki Boulevard C90 was blown over without his knowing. We saw it when we returned drenched. Picked it up, no problems. So we thought. We got a late start this morning, and Marty saw his newly install batwing fairing was vibrating. At our gas stop, we noticed a screw missing and another loose about to fall out. A bracket was bent too. So our next stop was Lowe's for hardware. After attempting a parking lot repair, we decided the fairing would need to be removed to fix the bracket. Having skipped breakfast due to the late start, we first went for a bite to eat. TJ's Cafe at Camping World RV Sales & Service is what the locals eat. So we headed there. This is just the Cafe and Service Center! Signs proudly say the largest RV sales & repair center in the Carolina's. The whole campus is huge, which includes a separate sales building as well as a very large campground with full hookups. Catfish, fries, slaw, hushpuppies, and tea for $6. Can't beat that! Here are the surgeons operating on the stricken patient. Successful surgery completed mid-afternoon. The same storms we encountered yesterday are forming again east of us over Asheville on a NE track. So we're looking at a ride east to avoid them, maybe to Hickory.