At three-fifteen this afternoon, a Storm Response Team from southern Alabama (sixty miles from the Florida line according to the crew chief) "heated up" the circuit that feeds two buildings on our place and one across the road, all left out of last Thursday's power restoration because the transformer for these services blew. The crew thought that work was proceeding much too slowly because of stupid management of the situation. They didn't have transformers on their THREE! trucks, because they weren't being distributed at the day's start point. They stood around, frustrated, for an hour after removing the bad "pot" before they were given the go-ahead to fix something the hell else while waiting for a new pot to be delivered here. Hours later, they were back, because the pot was supposed to be here. It wasn't, for another half an hour. Then they finally got to install the thing, and the meters on all three buildings went green with aplomb. 191 hours in October/November without power, well, seriously sucks.