No way i could, i'd be up the creek.
Edit: In 2004 when Charley came through Orlando, we were without power for about 6 days. trucks would come by every day and hand out Styrofoam coolers with ice, and bottled water. After about the second day, we found a store that opened, a small store. We bought some charcoal for the grill, and basically lived on what we could eat raw/cold and or cook on the grill. The worst was being without A/C in the dead of the summer, that made it miserable. Travel was literally impossible for the first two, maybe 3 days. Roads were impassible, even police has borders where they wouldn't let you pass. All you heard all day long and some nights were the sounds of chainsaws, and backup alarms.
One of the aid drivers even gave me $20 and a pack of smokes because he asked me if i had any cash, and i explained that i couldn't withdraw any money because there was no power anywhere close, no ATM access or anything was even remotely close. Another aid driver brought like 20 pounds of hamburger, chips, soda, a radio, and some candy for the kids etc, we had a huge BBQ at my neighbors house like 4 houses down for the whole street. That hamburger meal was like steak and lobster for most of us. One of the families that owned a generator set up tables in his yard, and would server coffee for the neighborhood in the morning, and he'd charge up peoples laptops, cell phones etc, if they needed it. His house became the neighborhood hang out. I never met him before that really, but im sure glad there's people like him around.
Now remember, this in the middle of a 2.5 million metropolitan area, and Charley wasn't nearly as bad as a lot of the other hurricanes that has happened in history, i mean not even close, but it still caused us about two weeks of hell. You'd think after that I'd be more prepared right now, but if something hit right now, id be in the same position i was in 2004.
there's lots more details, but im sure its boring by now, just wanted to share my experience
Edit #2 I Guess the point of all my ramblings is, without the care and compassion of the ones who came to help, and my wonderful neighbors, i dont know what we'd have done. Im very thankful for those folks. Everyone pulled together and made the best out of a bad situation.