I don't think I want to have 94' of wire stringing out in front of the house, so that's out. There are neighbours on one side of the house, and the power lines/SCEG right-of-way in the back of the house limits the amount of space I can use there.
That leaves the other side of the house, which faces a neighbour's wooded property. With some assistance, I can probably get the antenna set up in an inverted V arrangement with the apex in one of the trees along the ditch. I just need to make sure the line stays out of the ditch and mark it so that the people who go through the ditches trimming back vegetation don't take it out. I thought about maybe securing the ends of the antenna to the house, but that would put the antenna at an angle which I'm thinking would probably end up producing a less than optimal radiation pattern.
It's too bad the tree behind the house didn't survive the house construction. It would have been a great antenna mast.