Load yourself to your limit with bags and goods and cast this spell. The pack will disappear into the luminous aether and return whenever you call it, requiring a turn to materialize. You can cast the spell multiple times (one pack per level). Wear a normal pack as well and carry all the comforts with you into the wild.
Cut the ox's throat and cast this spell before the last drop of blood drains from it. It will pull loads silently while needing no water, no food, no rest, and no sleep, for as many days as you are powerful (level). Peasants consider this evil.
Cry "Take These!" to call small creatures forth (1d6 per level) which will each take a few items from you (up to 7.5 pounds) and then scatter back into the landscape. Cry "My Pretties!" to call them back and retrieve your items. These creatures-- monkeys, opossums, raccoons, bats, rats, cats, anything that can grasp or bite-- will shadow you along your path as quiet as their kind, until called again.
Cast the spell and kiss someone within an hour. That person will then feel the weight of all you bear for a week. They will also know what you did.
Gold adds Light to the Air
A solid gold model of an object is made and the spell cast on it. The original, will be light as a coin and perfectly balanced. Hide the golden model somewhere safe.