Richie Furay says that he and his Buffalo Springfield bandmates Neil Young and Stephen Stills are having more fun during their current reunion than the group ever had back in their heyday.

"I think this is the fun we thought we were going to have back in the '60s," explains Furay to Rolling Stone. "Because of circumstances, it just didn't happen. But we're having fun now. There's energy in Neil. There's energy in Stephen. There's energy in me. I feel young up there, man."

However, that doesn't guarantee that the reunion will continue beyond the group's 2011 tour plans. "I don't think you're gonna be able to say that Buffalo Springfield is an entity that you can count on continuing," remarks Furay. "I mean, there might be some special things that we do -- but right now it's just one day at a time. We all have different careers, and this is what we're doing right now … What's most heartwarming to me is the friendships."

Meanwhile, Furay says that Buffalo Springfield's previously mentioned North American fall tour will consist of 30 shows and hit primarily large theaters. The group is set to wrap up it's brief spring jaunt this Saturday (June 11) at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn.

Watch Buffalo Springfield Perform 'Mr. Soul' at Their Recent Gig in Oakland, Calif.