David, the pictures are just as I downloaded them, I wouldn't know how to size them if I wanted too, I'm not cool like that:)
Mark, I certainly remember meeting you nice to hear from you again. After making camp and eating at Upper Jean I strolled back down the lake in the twilight to see if you had camped anywhere nearby but you must have made some more miles. I assume you mean Cook Pass? It is very doable, the west side is a short, steep but non technical scramble up a grassy ramp. It is reasonably obvious from the bottom. From the top you bear north east over a fairly long and not too steep talus/snow field to the unnamed lakes which you can see in the distance after a couple of hundred yards of making the crest. I imagine the east to west route finding might be a little trickier.
Trevor, yes there are some very nice views around there and I did have the shelter to myself, had the whole trail to myself actually except for a couple dayhikers by the trailhead.
Thanks Brad, we need to organise a Cohutta group trip sometime here.