MissMyGolden..... I also have a wood floor installed by the previous owner. In my case he was able to run the wood right up to the front wall because in my DS the pedals are both suspended.
I believe your floor is like mine, and I think there's a solution for you. This floor material is not solid hardwood. It is called "engineered flooring", with a thin hardwood veneer laminated onto a different grained wood base. The strips are typically about 3/8 in thick, and are usually laid down without adhesive. They snap together on end and side, and are laid on top of a thin foam sheet underlayment that prevents sliding. This is called a floating floor, and is used in many locations where floors are not truly flat, or on floors that are subject to movement or wracking-- i.e., a motorhome!
The good news is this. I notice several joints in the wood pieces right in front of the seat. If you can determine that the pedals can be raised (and my guess is that they can be), then you can lift up some of the pieces that run from the driver's seat forward and reinstall new pieces that will span the area of the pedals. Then just reattach the pedals (and their linkage, if necessary), and you're back in business. If you're not comfortable with the carpentry involved, I assure you this would be not at all difficult for anyone who works with flooring. I'm sure you can find someone.
Keep us posted!
John and Diane (RIP Lincoln, 21 FEB 22) RVM103 NHSO
Fulltimers since June, 2012
2002 Dutch Star 40, Freightliner, Cat 3126, 2004 Element