Go to a Doctor and see if they will prescribe oxygen at night with an oxygen concentrator that will run on 120 in the area of the country your are located. Maybe even an emergency room. If necessary they can prescribe supplemental oxygen for use during the day. If your are on Medicare most of the cost will be covered.
I use and carry supplemental oxygen when we travel. Above 9000 ft I am on oxygen 24/7.
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within reason go to the Doctor now as you have nothing to lose.
Sorry for the strong suggestion but want to get the suggestion across.
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This may be the last trip we get to make so it's important we know which is best. One thing we have found out since being up here in WY and MT is that it's a little hard for my dw to breathe and the altitude has resulted in a lot of exhaustion.
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Thank you all for the great advice. Sorry just getting back to you but being in Montana we don't always get our ATT data card to work or we just can seem to get the computer to hook up to wifi if the campground has it. Nugget RV park has great wifi and I have 3G on my ATT card also. Nice area too.
We have decided to go west since the weather has been so hot in the east. Also, dw has been able to breathe better since we got to St Regis. We are only at 2500 ft here. Think we will stay a month and leave around 20 Aug and head to Boise ID to hit a Campingworld then on to the Oregon and California coast. Will only go as far south until we can reach Chico CA to visit some some friends. Then to Yosemite. We have to be in AR around 1 Oct to camp with some friends so will have to find a way from Yosemite.
Again, thanks for all the great advice. We will take your advice on where to start in Oregon.
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