Well, here is a brief summary:
I was belaying at the bottom of Goofers. The leader was near the top. I was belaying off a nice, wide, packed platform at the base of the route. A few small chunks came down but I was easily able to dodge them because I wasn't anchored. As he got to the top a huge watermelon sized chunk came down. At the last second it took a bounce directly at me. I jumped out of the way, but I put my foot into one of the holes from people postholing. Of course I lost my balance and fell down the hill wrenching my knee because my lower leg was stuck in the whole. I managed to get my leg out while still holding onto the brake stand, but then started sliding down the hill (it was pretty packed and icy). I let out a bunch of slack, hoping I wouldn't pull the leader off and that I would stop before I hit a tree or something. At somepoint I couldn't let anymore slack out. The brake strand got tangled in something, probably me. I came hard onto the rope and shock loaded the leader. Luckily he was at a good stance and I didn't pull him off. A friend was up top taking pictures so he ran over and put in a screw and clipped him to it, while I righted myself. I could put weight on my knee, but it kept wanting to buckle inward. I decided I was just going to wait there for them rather than try to move somewhere and injure it more. They had no idea what happened. Instead of rapping down the route and potentially knocking more ice on me, they decided to rap off to the side. That's how the ice screws got left. The nomic fell out of a pack somewhere while they were lowering me down the hillside.
I went to the ER and the doctor said I just sprained my knee. He gave me a brace and I'm getting around ok.
So that is the story.
If you give me Bobbys contact info, I would at least like to thank him.