Also, for those who are following this thread,
I headed back out to Mohican, figuring I could get in about 20 miles before it got too dark to search around the campsite for more of my lost stuff. I had searched around in near darkness the last time.
I couldn't find anything at the campsite itself, but at the last minute, I decided to head down an off-trail old road that it used a lot by hunters, judging by the Busch Lite cans and shotgun shells I found while I was searching around. There, in among the greenbriar was my zPacks Hex single tarp! I will seam seal the few scratches it received. So now i have two tarps, the Hex Single and the Hex plus.
No sign of my hiking pole, however. My wife surmises that they really wanted the pole, so they grabbed the top of the pole, pulled the whole thing, tent and pole out of the ground, bunched up the tent, and took off. So why not keep the tarp? My wife claims that the tarp wouldn't look like much to a a "regular" BPer or hunter. I guess it takes a true aficionado to appreciate Joe's fine workmanship and exotic materials.
Anyway, I'm very happy. I'm sorely tempted to sell the old tarp, but I think I'll keep it. It will always remind me to be more careful where I camp (i.e., too close to the trail during peak hunting season.