There's no rush on the tower work, of course, because as with most hams I'll likely leave that tower work to November when I'll need to wear gloves. There's so much to do in a "new" house. It's 100+ yrs old so it's not new...just new to me. You always want to make a place your own and our place is no exception. We have just under 2 acres and in the very center of the back yard is a monster weeping willow. I may use it to anchor one end of my wire antenna however I'll likely need to use a pulley and counter weight system because I'll bet it will sway in the wind substantially.
I'm looking forward to getting my first contacts from the new QTH so I really should get going on it. I think the best plan is to take a week off in October and get it all sorted out. As I've learned over the years, it's not about finding time for this hobby...it's about MAKING time for this hobby.