BTDT. It's an inconvenience, easily kept under control. We found that boredom can strike, though, without internet access (sigh). No generator here, but we have sizeable UPSes normally used for the computers (power is dropped briefly every couple months in my rural location, even in summer, so really want to avoid OS catastrophes during disk writes) that we press into service as needed.
As electricity infrastructure degrades (higher demand, generating & carrying capacity not keeping pace), you can expect more frequent and longer durations of outages. Stretch the scenario a little, to where commonly used bridges have fallen down or many landslides have blocked roads... are you stranded and/or how far out of the way do you need to go?
Rather than a week, we're aiming to be able to last 2-4 weeks in winter before needing reinforcements. In the better times of the year, we can last indefinitely unless the local creek dries up.
Fall back position is the in-laws cattle farm that's 13 miles away... I know I can comfortably hike the distance on a rainy day; not sure if my wife is up to that.
Reminds me, though, it's time to add to the woodpile!