The size is a bit different and not easy to build it.
Order online and they will pull the block from whatever location has enough of it. Delivery in my area was $79.
For whatever reason, Home Depot pricing by pallet is outrageous. Only buy block that is priced per block and the cost will be reasonable.
These are only good for 3' height. Beyond that you need a permit, and in my opinion a sturdier block.
We do not have any photography that I can find on the Rockwall small Yukon fire pits. Thank you for your inquiry!
Yes, if the pit is set below ground level. This is because the blocks stack with a locking lip leaving a reveal for each row. Best to put gravel behind the block wall for added stability and drainage. Determine your radius using a string and screwdriver or similar. Grind the lip off the bottom row of blocks to make leveling easier. Set 1st row down 2-4 inches in the ground on a well packed base of sand. Ensure blocks are level. Level each block as you go. I use tar paper for leveling. Cutting can be done with a grinder or tile/block saw.
Yes they can, I used some that way on my bank. They look great and stayed in place with no problem
You should leave enough room behind the wall to fill with drainage stone, it will help keep any water that seeps through the gaps clean, if the wall is tall enough you should also consider installing a perforated drain pipe in the drainage stone.
The displays at the store assisted my construction.