Tawny Davis from Nikel Brothers, the company moving the house, told MasonWebTV Powered by HCC about the delay.
“The barge company just called us off,” she explained. “We’re not sure when it’s going to be scheduled.”
The house needs to travel south on Highway 3 about a mile before it can be loaded on a barge and shipped to Sequim. The house will block both lanes of SR-3 during its trip.
Advisory from Washington State Department of Transportation:
Overnight house move on SR 3 near Shelton postponed
When rescheduled, the slow-moving oversized load will travel southbound on SR 3 from milepost 8.5 to milepost 7.5, approximately between Agate Road and Mason Lake Road.