Still haven't gotten a good answer about the connection between Willimantic and frogs, but I wonder if the graffiti face—which is all over the walls there while I'm not sure I've seen exactly the same repeating form elsewhere—can read as a frog, maybe, though duck seems just as likely. The various utilities on the rear wall of this Main Street building look very old indeed. I wonder if the AC units actually work—no way to tell this time of year. There was a sound of rushing gas at the central gray pipe and feeder fittings, probably sending natural gas from buried supply lines to heating systems for the building's storefronts, most of which are occupied. The yellow not-graffiti in the lower right corner of the shot probably marks the route of the buried gas supply line.