You people impress me! I takes me 30 minutes to back into a spot!! LOL
If it is a truck stop, wayside, Wal-Mart, just unplug the electrical
from the car and climb in. Less than 1 minute!!
The time it takes depends on how long we will stay. Overnight, at a reasonable level site, I will not unhitch, just unplug the electrical
from the car, check the polarity of the electrical
tree, plug in the electricity, level Homelet front to back, put out the stablizing jacks, throw the wheel chocks around the wheels, and we're done. Oh, I do retrieve water with my 1/2 gal jug for the Porta Potti.
If we are going to stay for a few days, then placing the solar lights
, unhitching the car to travel to nearby attractions, etc. all adds time, I guess.
If the spot is not level side to side, then pulling Homelet up onto the necessary leveling blocks is added before unhitching.
I have given up on hooking up water, nor do I carry water in our 10 gal onboard tank. We carry one or two sturdy, former gallon apple juice containers of drinking water, and if we have dishes, I take my big pot to the water and place it on the stove to heat while we eat, then do the dishes. This also requires attaching the grey water drain hose and placing the GW bucket next to Homelet.