Hey all, I know this is a bit out of context for Bushcraft, but I have a good reason for asking. About a month ago I took what seemed like a minor fall. I was caught by surprise and fell a bit awkward and noticed a pain in my back. I didn't think it was more than just a pulled muscle at first, but then the pain hit. Ruptured disc...and unbelievable pain. Had to be taken to hospital where they drugged me up and did all the tests (MRI etc.). Basically, I'm facing a long recovery....hopefully avoiding surgery. I'm rehabbing carefully, but needless to say my lifestyle is significantly impacted by this injury. I'm a professional wildlife photographer. I regularly carry 50 pounds of gear on my back to get into locations, or kayak (55 pounds). Needless to say, I can't do either of those for the immediate future, and may never be able to carry a heavy pack again. I do, however, have a really good mountain bike that I only used for location scouting and casual trail riding...but I'm thinking that maybe I can use it to replace my backpacks while I heal. Do any of you have recommendations for bike packs and maybe even single-track bike trailers that could carry my camera gear? FYI - My bike is a good one (although a bit older - vintage 2008). It's a Titus Ti Exogrid Hardtail 29'er (19" frame) that I upgraded last year to a SRAM XX1 1x11 drivetrain on SRAM Roam 60's and a Manitou Marvel Pro 100mm fork w/MILO. SRAM brakes, Thomson seat post, WTB Ti saddle, Raceface Atlas pedals, and carbon bars. The whole bike as pictured weighs in at barely 21 lbs.. Any suggestions for a bikepacking configuration would be appreciated, as I've never even really thought about it until I got hurt. Thanks!