For some reason only half my post went through last time. Just reiterating what Chris and Fishdog said. At 6'2" I wouldn't be terribly concerned that your height is a disadvantage. I'm 6'5" and don't do anything someone who is 5'4" wouldn't do, with the exception of flat bench; I don't do that.
You lost 65lbs, assuming it wasn't by unhealthy means, you should have a pretty good handle on diet. What has been your caloric goal recently? What did you eat yesterday?
I personally have lost just over 50lbs in the last year and am a few lbs from my goal weight. Im currently eating ~ 400 calories under my maintenance on non-lifting days and around maintenance on lifting days. Once I hit my goal weight, I will go to maintenance for a few weeks, then slowly add more quantity to my already clean diet. For example, on non lifting days, I currently only have meat and lots of veggies for dinner. Once I hit my goal, I'll add a cup of rice. Currently for breakfast, I just have protein and fat, no carbs. Again, I'll add a piece of ezekiel bread or rice (I hate oats).
In my opinion, for a general guideline, a bulking diet shouldn't be terribly different than a cutting one. Just the quantity of quality foods. As long as you are monitoring the scale and mirror you shouldn't get too far off track.