I’ve created several touring plans, months ahead of our trip, which I assume are based on historical analysis of wait times. I made multiple changes to add and remove rides and put in rest periods until I was sure I had included (and discluded) all of the stops we want to make each day. I hit submit and found a great plan.
Then I changed one thing, I moved one ride down at the tail end of our day, and the whole plan was completely undone - from morning til night. ACK! So… I tried to revert my changes to get back the plan I was happy with but it could not be done.
Figuring I was tired, I put it away for the day and came back the following day. I repeated my original steps and created a new plan (ie: I was not editing a plan from yesterday), and now got yet ANOTHER optimized plan returned to me which resembled neither of the ones from the day before.
I can understand how a plan optimization could drastically change if you are making plans for tomorrow, or next week, or some other close interval of time. But if you’re planning months in advance, and providing the same data, why on earth would the optimized plan keep changing? And how in the world can I get my original, well spaced, plan back?