This morning Alexandra had taken everything she would need in camp half-blood. After that she had said goodbye to the others and to Artemis. It had not been really easy for her, but she knew that she had to do this. She had to go to the camp, first because she needed to train and second because she thought they might need the help of a huntress. She had managed that no tears were in her eyes. After that she started to run, run as fast as she could. Alexandra had looked back only one time, but then she could not see the goddess and the other hunters any more. Now she was alone for a while and she asked herself when she was going to see them all again.
It had been a very short travel. She had left the hunters near the camp, and she was running all the time. Alexandra was happy that she did not met anybody who tried to stop her. She was really glad when she saw the half-blood hill. Really fast she was on the top of it, her brown hair waving in the rythm of her steps. Her grey-green-brown eyes were glowing, she was really excited. When she had a good look at the camp, she could not imagine what she saw. It was much better than the other hunters had discribed it. A soft wind was blowing in her face while she stood there and watched everything.
After a while Alexandra decided that it was time to go down and find Chiron or Dionysos. She had heared from the others that she would need to tell one of them that she was at the camp. But the huntress had no idea where they could be. So she stopped half way down again. And suddenly she had a strange thought. By what she had heared what was going on, she asked herself if it was not possible that some would think she was trying to attack with her leather armour and the bow on her back. She hoped nobody would think that a huntress was against them, and everybody who knew a little bit about the hunters would know she was one. She was thankful that she had this silver shimmer around herself. But then she told herself that she feared herself for nothing. But she still stood there, not knowing where to go.