Please forgive the ignorance and the random question but I love reading the "obscure" portions of this forum and learning new things. Yesterday I was reading a thread where someone posted some accident reports involving a Super Cub on remote air strips. One report stated that a gust of wind caused the plane to nose down. I assume this would cause some significant damage.
So, my question(s) are more about what you do after this happens. Do you have to fly a mechanic and parts out to the strip for repairs? Can you "limp" back (assuming minimal damage obviously) to an airfield for repairs? Do the repairs have to be certified by some process involving the FAA before you can fly again? What about major damage, do you bring in a helicopter to haul the plane out? Again, sorry for the silly questions but I found it interesting and curious.